DENNISON — Hungry? The Railroad Depot Museum has it covered!

Get ready for some end of summer fun that involves food, beer, wine tasting, games, and live music at the fourth annual Jammin’ Food Truck Fest. The free event will be Saturday, Sept. 1, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the lower level of Historic Schoenbrunn Village in New Philadelphia.

Participating food trucks and food vendors will offer a wide variety of specialties such as: Specialty ice creams, walking tacos, BBQ classics and fusion, smoked meats, comfort food, mac-n-cheese, pizza, specialty drinks, treats, and everything in between. Vendors include Cheezylicious, Ross Mountain BBQ, Two Guys and a Grill, Smokin’ Rock N Roll, Raging Avocado, and Pit Stop Creamery. The event will also have a beer garden that can be enjoyed throughout the lower level.

Non-food vendors will be set up in a shopping section featuring Pampered Chef, Jamby Leggins, Scentsy, Keep Collective, and Perfectly Posh. The on-stage lineup will be hosted by Hitchcock Sound Company with DJ services throughout the day. The live music will start with Saxy Rob 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Daniels & Rinehart from 2-4 p.m., and wrapping up the evening with Randy Velez from 5-7 p.m.

In addition to great food and live music taking place all day, attendees can partake in playing bocce ball and badminton. There is no registration required for these events! A variety of open activities will take place on the lawn as well, and all are welcome to join the fun and participate in games of volleyball, corn-hole, horse-shoes, and classic children's games.

The event is free to all. A donation of $3 will provide visitors with a wristband to receive a $1 discount on each beverage purchased at the Museum’s drink tent, beer garden, wine tasting, and a $1 off admission into Schoenbrunn Village museum and site. All proceeds will benefit the Dennison Railroad Depot Museum, Historic Schoenbrunn Village, and The Museum of Clay Industry and Folk Art.

Event Chair Wendy Zucal said, "Last year was a great year for the Jammin’ Food Truck Fest. There was so much support that we were able to have a great attendance for our Third Jammin’ Food Truck Fest."

For more information, contact Wendy Zucal at 740-922-6776 or at