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Do names like "Chubba Wubba", "Butter Ur Biscuit", or "Hot Mess Poutine" mean anything to you?  If you answered "yes", then you'll love what I'm about to tell you. If you answered "no", then you're still going to love what I am about to share.

Stratham Hill Park is going to be hopping on Saturday, May 7, and here's why.

It's the return of the Great Bay Food Truck Festival to Stratham, NH.  Now in its second year,  the event clearly draws a crowd, as the paid VIP parking is already sold out.  But don't worry, there's plenty of on-site and satellite free parking available for this hot event.

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A Family-Friendly Event

A joint venture of Stratham Parks and Recreation and the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce, the festival features over 20 food trucks from all over the region. It's about food, friends, and family, so grab your lawn chairs, cooler, and blanket, and get ready for a fun day at the park with great food, music, and games.  Bring your own games, too.

Bathroom facilities are on site and accessible.  The Food Truck Festival is scheduled for 12pm-5pm and tickets are $5 in advance or $10 at the door.  You can buy tickets here.

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Food trucks will offer a variety of delicious dishes including hotdogs, ice cream, pretzels, sausages, lobster rolls, Asian fusion, gelato, a gluten free truck, burgers, Mediterranean halal, crepes, Caribbean coconut shrimp, chimichurri skirt steak, pizza, and so much more.

According to greatbayfoodtruckfestival.com, The Great Bay Food Festival supports local programs and strengthens the communities of Stratham and Exeter.  It's a fine example of communities working together, and creating fun for the whole family.

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