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San Bernardino Co. Regional Parks to host food truck festival

Tornado Potato Food Truck
Tornado Potato Food TruckCourtesy of San Bernardino County

Food trucks are coming to Ontario just in time for Cinco de Mayo. It will be the first such event the San Bernardino County Regional Parks Department is hosting and it is sure to tickle the taste buds of those looking for everything from grilled cheese to Sushi.

The Food Truck Festival will be held at Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario on Sunday, May 4. It will be a celebration of Cinco de Mayo with themed entertainment including the Copalo-Copili dancers and a performance by St. Mary’s Ballet Folklorico of Redlands.

The event begins at 11 a.m. and will conclude at 4 p.m. Trucks scheduled to be on hand include Tornado Potato, The Grilled Cheese Truck, Devilicious Food Truck, Me So Hungry, and the Rolling Sushi Van.

For those more interested in dessert than real rood, the Bakery Truck of Orange County will offer baked goods. Mustache Mike’s will have their famous Italian ice to cool you off in what is sure to be a beautiful Southern California day filled with sunshine and warmth.

Entertainment starts at 11:15 a.m. with the Copalo-Copili dancers taking stage first. They perform in the Aztec tradition. They will be followed at 12:15 p.m. by the St. Mary’s Ballet Folklorico of Redlands. Later in the day the Original Sacrifice Band will be performing at 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Children are welcome. There will be a kid’s zone with jumpers and an inflatable obstacle course. For the more daring, there will be a mechanical bull. Additional fees may apply.

Event admission is $5 per person; kids 3 and under are free. Parking is also free. Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park is located at 800 North Archibald Avenue in Ontario. If you need more information, you can call 909.481.4205 or email parks@parks.sbcounty.gov

To get information on other events sponsored by the San Bernardino County Regional Parks Department, visit http://www.sbcounty.gov/parks. The county operates ten regional parks within its 20,000-plus square miles from the Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park in Ontario to Park Moabi near Needles at the California-Arizona border.