Food Trucks in the Valley will take place Thursday, Sept. 18 from 4–8 p.m. at the Shelton Riverwalk (Veterans Memorial Park).
The event will benefit the Parent Child Resource Center (PCRC), which provides programs and services for children and families in the Lower Naugatuck Valley, including Shelton.
At least a dozen food trucks will participate, including those with healthy options. There also will be music, family and children’s activities, specialty drinks and beer.
Admission is free, with 10% of proceeds from each vendor going to the PCRC.
WPLR-FM will be present from 5–7 p.m., with the radio station’s tent, table, music and goodies.
The event will be centered in the Rotary Pavilion along the Housatonic River, near Cornell Street in downtown Shelton. Rain date is Sept. 23.
For more information on Food Trucks in the Valley sponsorships or becoming a vendor, contact Veronica Parsloe at 203-954-0543, ext. 130 or vparsloe@LNVPCRC.org.
Offering passionate care
The PCRC offers state-of-the-art and passionate care to clients through mental health services for children and families.
Each year the organization serves more than 1,200 children, many who suffer from serious behavioral and emotional problems, including trauma, abuse and neglect.
Programs include the Child Guidance Clinic, Triple P Parenting, Therapeutic Mentoring, Intensive Outpatient, and Prevention through Early Intervention.
“Saving lives by passionately caring for children, families and community,” is the center’s motto.