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Truck Off Woodstock Sept. 8 to feature over 30 food trucks.

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The second annual Truck Off Woodstock will be 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, on the historic Woodstock Square. Admission is free. It is the premiere food truck festival in McHenry County featuring more than 30 of the hottest food trucks in the Chicago area. Special guests will be Star 105.5 McHenry County.

The food trucks include: Your Sister's Tomato, Da Lobsta,

Carnivale, GypsySoul Food Truck, Beavers Donuts, Fido to go Dog & Cat Treat Food Truck, Legit Dogs & Ice, Aztec Daves Food Truck, The Fat Shallot, Ruthella's New Orleans Cuisine LLC,

Yum Dum Truck, Cheesie's Pub & Grub, Mario's Cart, The Cookout On Wheels, Food for Your Soul-Food Truck sponsored by Calzone & Macaroni Co., Riverside Chocolate Factory, Wok n Roll by Bamboo,

Pierogi Wagon, Lucy's, Bopbartruck, The Olive Branch, Izakaya Yume, Perk N Pickle, Fat Tomato Inc., Cookies w/flavor, Bob Cha, Mediterranean Express, The Cheese Market, Loop Juice, Pierogi Crib and Pierogi Rigs, Kona Ice of McHenry County, and Tropical Chill - Hawaiian Shaved Ice & Ice Cream.

There also will be food from Olano's Empanadas, Cesaroni's Cafe & Deli, Morkes Chocolates of Huntley, Pierogi Jo's, Perfect Pop Kettle Corn, My Funnel, and MJ's Coffee Bar.

Stop by the "Market in the Park" from 4 to 9 p.m. with booths from Nothing Bundt Cakes, The Olive Tap, Studio 2015 Jewelry, Lavish Beauty Lounge, Crystal's Canine Designs, Evolve Chiropractic and Sports Rehab, Woodstock Heating & Cooling,

S.W. Travel Inc., Jackass Charm Soap, Medulla Healthcare Management Solutions, Helping Paws Woodstock, Kelly Johnson- Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant, and Innokreative Arts Kristyn Klekovic.

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