Paper Mill Village cooks up food fun
by Sally Litchfield
June 26, 2014 01:13 AM | 1910 views | 0 0 comments | 33 33 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Monique Anderson and her son fight over their food from The Fry Guy during a past food truck event at Paper Mill Village. Food trucks will come to Paper Mill Village the last Monday of each month from 5 to 8 p.m. <br> Special to the MDJ
Monique Anderson and her son fight over their food from The Fry Guy during a past food truck event at Paper Mill Village. Food trucks will come to Paper Mill Village the last Monday of each month from 5 to 8 p.m.
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Nisreen Anjum and her daughter, Zoya, enjoy food from one of the trucks.
Nisreen Anjum and her daughter, Zoya, enjoy food from one of the trucks.
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Jason Emrbo and his daughter, Taylor Ann, enjoy some King of Pops popsicles.
Jason Emrbo and his daughter, Taylor Ann, enjoy some King of Pops popsicles.
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A food truck serves visitors at Paper Mill Village. Food trucks come to Paper Mill Village the last Monday of each month from 5 to 8 p.m. Food trucks Happy Belly, Vietnomies, Mobile Marlay, King of Pops, Freckled & Blue, The Fry Guy, Yumbi and Vintage Custard will be providing the fare on June 30.
A food truck serves visitors at Paper Mill Village. Food trucks come to Paper Mill Village the last Monday of each month from 5 to 8 p.m. Food trucks Happy Belly, Vietnomies, Mobile Marlay, King of Pops, Freckled & Blue, The Fry Guy, Yumbi and Vintage Custard will be providing the fare on June 30.
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It’s time to eat, play, and shop at Food Truck Night at Paper Mill Village. The food trucks come to Paper Mill Village the last Monday of each month from 5 to 8 p.m. Don’t miss the food and fun on June 30.

“Our goal at Paper Mill Village is to bring the community together by providing fun activities for the entire family to enjoy. Food truck night is one example of how Paper Mill Village has done that. By combining the food truck craze, live music and kids’ activities, we’ve made this a fun-filled event that families in the area can look forward to,” said Lisa Graham, property manager for Paper Mill Village.

Food trucks Happy Belly, Vietnomies, Mobile Marlay, King of Pops, Freckled & Blue, The Fry Guy, Yumbi and Vintage Custard will be providing the fare on June 30. Live entertainment will be by Fun MD. Participating shops will stay open until 7:30 p.m. There will special discounts and promotions for food truck night guests.

That evening, Paper Mill Village has partnered with Temple Kol Emeth to raise money for Camp Jenny.

“We also try to bring awareness of needs of others within our community by having fundraisers and involving local churches and synagogues’ to participate each month,” Graham said.

“This has really become an east Cobb tradition, and we are proud to have brought the community together in such a great way,” Graham said.

Paper Mill Village is located at 137 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta. Paper Mill Village can be followed on Facebook and Twitter.

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