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Posted 9:40am on Tuesday, Sep. 10, 2013

After a slow period through the heat of the summer, food truck events will start rolling again in September.

This past weekend saw the FortWorth Pop-Up Market at Magnolia Green, the Paste Untapped Festival at Gilley’s in Dallas and more.

Saturday, September 14 Frisco’s Centennial High School will kick off their Titans Stand Up, Titans Speak Up Anti-Bullying Program. Ruthie’s, Tin Star Tacos, Easy Slider, OinkNMoo, Ssahm Korean BBQ, Gypsy Scoops, Trailercakes and Eat Jo Dawgs will all be serving from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at 6901 Coit Road in Frisco. Free.

From 4-8 p.m. on Saturday September 14, Easy Slider and Eat Jo Dawgs are partnering with Real Ale to benefit the North Texas Food Bank. This will be a fun event, with attendees trading Cans For Cans.” Bring two cans of food and get one can of Real Age, if you are over the age of 21. The event will be at 1130 Dragon St. in Dallas, at the Dallas Contemporary.

On Tuesday, Sept. 17 food trucks return to the The Village Country Club for dinner, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Participating trucks include Enticed, Bombay Street Food, Ssahm Korean BBQ, Nammi, Little Greek Food Truck, Pompeii, Eat Jo Dawgs, and Crazy Pig. All tips go to Lincoln Charities.

Sunday September 22, the second annual Food Truck Palooza returns to Temple Shalom at 6930 Alpha Road from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. There is a $5 admission for everyone over the age of 3. The festival includes a kids’ zone, live music and entertainment. Participating trucks include Bombay Chopsticks Indo-Chinese, Coolhaus Ice Cream Sandwiches, Cravetopia Bakery, Cup Cakin’ Cupcakes, Easy Slider Burgers, Gandolfo’s Deli, Mr. Snowie Gourmet Snow Cones, Nammi Vietnamese Fusion, Ruthie’s Crepe Truck, Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe, K-Wheelz Kosher, Simply Dosa Indian Food, Taco Party, The Bomb Fried Pies, The Butcher’s Son B-B-Q, and Tutta’s Pizza. www.dallasfoodtruckpalooza.com

On Saturday, September 28, Keller will Rock The Park with a food truck festival from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Bear Creek Park. Participating Trucks include Simply Dosa, Sassy Hotdog, Righteous Ribs, Gypsy Scoops, Bombay Chopstix, Kona Ice, Doughboys Pizza, Auntie Am’s.

Dallas’ newest food park, Truck Yard, is expected to open within the next few weeks. The park will be open seven days a week from lunch through late night. Three to five trucks will rotate each day, along with The Yard’s permanent cheesesteak stand and a full bar. The Truck Yard will be located at 5624 Sears, in Lower Greenville. www.facebook.com/texastruckyard

Along with the Truck Yard, there are several other parks in Dallas and Fort Worth serving lunch and dinner.

In Dallas, the Fly By Food Truck Park is open Wednesday for lunch, Thursdays and Fridays for lunch and dinner and Saturdays for dinner. A variety of trucks rotate each service, so be sure to check Facebook and Twitter to see who is there each day. The Fly By Park is at 2500 Mockingbird Lane, across from Love Field. www.facebook.com/FlyByFoodPark

Monday through Friday for lunch, you can find trucks at Thistle Hill in Forth Worth. I am a big fan of this location. It is very relaxing and beautiful, and the grounds are shaded enough that the sun isn’t a problem. www.facebook.com/FoodParkAtThistleHill

Fort Worth Food Park is open on Wednesday nights for dinner and Thursdays through Sundays for lunch and dinner at 2509 Weisenberger Drive in Fort Worth. www.fwfoodpark.com.

Clearfork Food Park is open Wednesday through Sunday for lunch and dinner. Clearfork is right on the Trinity Trail, at 1541 Merrimac Circle in Fort Worth. www.clearforkfoodpark.com.

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