Corona appears to be continuing its reign as the Inland Empire’s most food truck-friendly city.
It seems like there’s at least one event every week there.
Tomorrow’s (September 14) event happens to be the 100th anniversary of the Corona Road Race, which took place on the city’s circular Grand Boulevard in 1913, 1914 and 1916.
It seems Corona is becoming a regular food truck stop.
The latest event will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday (September 7) at Centennial High School, 1820 Rimpau Ave.
A dozen trucks are scheduled to serve at the event, which is being put on by the Husky Marching Alliance.
Admission is just $3 for adults and $1 for kids.
The Corona Gourmet Food Truck Festival, which combines nearly two dozen Southern California food trucks with great food and drink from The Shops at Dos Lagos’ eateries, makes its return on Saturday (August 24).
The event takes place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Dos Lagos, 2780 Cabot Drive.
If guns aren’t your thing but food trucks are, Corona’s still the place to be tonight (August 15).
Food trucks will serving at Santiago High School’s Shark Fest from 5 to 8:30 p.m.
Admission to the event is free.
It’s time for the Corona TAPS Fish House & Brewery’s annual Craft Brew Festival.
Nearly three dozen Southern California (and one from outside the area) breweries are participating in the event, with about a third coming from the Inland Empire.
Beer isn’t the only draw, as participants will be able to sample dishes representative of cuisines from around the world, from Korea to El Salvador and the Middle East to…Milwaukee?
It’s time once again for the Mach One Mud Run in Corona!
And, as last year, there will be food trucks, along with beer from Hangar 24 Craft Brewery.
The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday (June 15) at the Corona Municipal Airport, 1900 Aviation Drive, Corona.
Admission for spectators is free, and parking is just $5.
Read on for a list of scheduled trucks.
The RA Sushi chain (which has locations in Chino Hills and Corona) is gearing up once again for its Nicky’s Week fundraiser, which runs Sunday (May 26) through Saturday, June 1.
The campaign raises funds for cancer research and treatment at St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.
The chain will generously donate 100% of proceeds from the sales of select food and beverage items to St. Jude’s.
Head over the jump for a full list.
Ramirez Intermediate School, 6905 Harrison Avenue, Corona, will host a food truck night from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday (March 15).
Admission is only $3, and kids five and under are admitted free.
Head over the jump to see the list of scheduled trucks.
If you happen to be in the Norco/Corona area tonight (March 6), you’ve got your choice of free admission food truck events.
One is at Norco High School, 2065 Temescal Ave. The other is at Corona High School, 1150 W. Tenth St.
Both events are in conjunction with the schools’ open houses and run until 9 p.m.
Head over the jump for the list of trucks!
For the third year, Pacific Western Bank is hosting a food drive for Inland Valley Hope Partners.
Eight branches (five of which are in the Inland Empire) are participating: Corona, Claremont, Covina, Glendora, Irwindale, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario and Upland.
The bank has set a goal to collect 500 food items per location. Last year it collected three tons of food, which helped feed about 150 families for a week.
Since 1968, Inland Valley Hope Partners has provided food, shelter and supportive services to children and families in need. It provides close to 70,000 pounds of food every month, so your donations are definitely needed.
If you would like to host a food drive at your company please call Fran Robertson at Inland Valley Hope Partners 909-622-3806x 231.
Inland Valley Hope Partners has provided food shelter and supportive services since 1968.