HARWINTON — Now in its fourth year, the Harwinton Lions Food Truck Festival has expanded its partnership with the Harwinton Agricultural Society to a two-day festival. The two organizations will present Taste of Harwinton from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. May 30-31 at the Harwinton Fairgrounds, 150 Locust Road.

The fairground location and partnership provides the opportunity to include more food trucks, a DJ and live music, including local singer/songwriter Adelaide Punkin Datzuk, and a kids’ zone with family activities including bounce houses, face painting, games, and pony rides, according to a statement. On-site parking is available at the fairgrounds

The Cars for Sight show joins the lineup May 31.

May 30 events will feature a horse show, including barrel racing, gymkhana, and antique tractor pulls and food trucks; May 31 events include a kids’ garden tractor pull and the Harwinton Lions Cars for Sight show, now in its 8th year in a new location, and food trucks.

The entry fee for Cars for Sight exhibitors is $10. Classics, antiques, trucks, muscle, street rods, and modified will be judged, with trophies awarded to the Top 25 cars. Proceeds from the Cars for Sight event benefit the Harwinton Lions Scholarship and Sight Funds.

And as in previous years, local businesses and vendors will sell clothing, crafts, food products, and more. A Taste of Harwinton Food Truck Festival is sponsored in part by local businesses.

For more information, go towww.facebook.com/TasteOfHarwinton or email harwintonlionsfoodtruck@gmail.com

Connecticut Media Group