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07/08/2016 00:00:00 Food Truck Fridays Northeast Free

North York Seniors Centre(NYSC) will be hosting a new summer event series called Food Truck Fridays which will be taking place every Friday starting July 8th until August 26th. Each Friday there will be a different food truck stationed at 28 Hendon Ave (Yonge and Finch) between 11:30 am- 2:00 pm. July 8th- Road Grill July 15th- The Arepa Republic July 22nd- Mustache Burger July 29th- TBD August 5th-Feisty Jack August 12th-Naansense August 19th- Delight Bite August 26th- TBD A portion of proceeds earned will be donated back to NYSC. North York Seniors Centre is a non-for-profit organization provides programs and services that target the emotional, physical and emotional well-being of older adults aged 55 and over.

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