Annual food truck event for Schenectady ARC set for Saturday in Rotterdam

The festival in 2019

The festival in 2019

ROTTERDAM – Country band Skeeter Creek will headline Schenectady ARC’s annual food truck event dubbed “Electric City Trucks, Taps, Corks, and Forks” on Saturday.

The event will take place at Via Port in Rotterdam.  Admission is $5, children under 10 are free.


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Participants can enjoy an assortment of food and beverages while listening to live music. Additional family events will be available including a corn-hole tournament, laser tag, fall crafts, and pumpkin bowling. Activities in the “Kids Zone” include an extra charge.

Schenectady ARC is a non-profit organization committed to supporting children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  

“We are looking forward to our 4th food truck event, ‘Electric City Trucks, Taps, Corks, and Forks.’ This year will be our biggest one yet, and all the money we make with admission will go right back to the individuals we serve at Schenectady ARC,” said Kirk Lewis, executive director of Schenectady ARC. “Like so many others, our fundraising events were postponed last year. We all can’t wait to get out there to spend some time with the community, raise funds to support our mission, and have a safe, fun day.”

Vendors will include 1857 Spirits, Back Barn Brewing, The Beverage Cart, Bowled, The Cookie House/Black Sheep Honey, Curvy Girls, Rays of Henna, The Hungry Traveler, The Mac Factor, Nine Pin Cider, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Rivers Casino Food Truck, Say Cheese 518, SUNY Schenectady Mobile Food Service Classroom, and Upstate CBD. 

Event sponsors include Rose & Kiernan/NFP, Inc., Trustco Bank, MVP, Adirondack Beverages, The Bonadio Group, Fenimore Asset Management, Ballston Spa National Bank, Stewarts/The Dake Family, O’Connell & Aronowitz, CDPHP, Hoffman Enterprises, The Old Brick, Cioffi, Slezak, Wildgrube P.C., and NBT Bank, NA.

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