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The Growing Project to host bike-in food truck rally

The Growing Project will host a bike-in food rally on Thursday, July 21, at Hope Farms from 5-8 p.m. Bike over to enjoy dinner, drinks and live music. 

The event benefits The Growing Project, a local non-profit organization that co-creates community gardens and promotes the local food system. 

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Food and beer will be available from local vendors. The Sustainable Spoon’s solar powered truck will be dishing up healthy street food. The sausage aficionados at the Common Link food truck will also be in attendance. And beer from Odell’s will be on tap. Live music will be provided by Earth and Sky.

Biking is highly encouraged; on-site parking will only be available for handicapped individuals. The event is free and will be located at 1601 N. Shields Road. 

Collegian Arts and Culture Reporter Cody Moore can be reached at entertainment@collegian.com. 

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