By Natalie Jones | Dayton
The City of Huber Heights will be the place to be this weekend with a food truck rally, children’s activities, car show and movie screening.
Bites In the Heights, a free event returning to the Rose Music Center at The Heights, is Saturday, Oct. 8 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
“Bites In the Heights is an annual food truck rally that started four years ago in partnership with the Stuart and Mimi Rose Music Center,” said Sarah Williams, community engagement specialist for the City of Huber Heights. “This event features food trucks from the Miami Valley but has grown to include a car show and the last free community movie night.”
The event, held outside the main gate of the Rose Music Center, will feature 15 local food trucks including Cinnamon Roll, Illy’s Fire Pizza, Just Jerks, Lumpia Queen, Slide Thru, Top’s Best Foods and What The Taco. The City of Huber Heights said guests will be able to enjoy drinks specials all day long and representatives from the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force and SWAT Team will be on site with information tables.
In addition, the Kohlbacher’s Kustom Speed & Fab Cruise-In, featuring classic and exotic cars, will be in the parking lot from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. A screening of “Maleficent” will kick off at 7 p.m. on the Rose Music Center stage.
“The city does this event year after year because the community loves it,” Williams said. “For many it has become an opportunity to enjoy the Rose Music Center outside of the concert season. We love being able to bring the community together for activities of all ages.”