Save the Date: Truck Stop on July 25, 2013

There are so many exciting events that take place throughout the city in July that deciding what you’re going to attend can be difficult! We hope that our next event will make the cut:

What: Truck Stop: Boyle Renaissance
Where: Boyle Renaissance Plaza, 103A Avenue & 95 Street
When: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Time: 5-8p.m.

We’re really looking forward to bringing food trucks to The Quarters! Truck Stops are smaller events, and this one will feature four trucks. We’ll announce the lineup and menus in the coming weeks.

What is Boyle Renaissance?

Boyle Renaissance is a special planning area within The Quarters Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area Plan. This City-led redevelopment is located between 95 Street and 96 Street, extending from 103A Avenue north to the LRT tracks. The Boyle Renaissance redevelopment is underway and will create a community that brings together a range of affordable and market housing opportunities.

Here’s a photo I took in March of the new Boyle Renaissance Plaza:

Boyle Renaissance

You can learn more about the project here. Here’s a quick video about the project:

There will be lots of ways to explore the building and find out what’s in store for The Quarters at the event, all while enjoying tasty food truck eats.

We hope to see you there!

Author: Mack D. Male

I’m a software developer, entrepreneur, and social media guy. I’m the Software Engineering Manager for Questionmark Computing, a leading provider of testing and assessment technologies, and I’m the founder of Paramagnus Developments Inc., an Edmonton-based social software company. I’m particularly passionate about my hometown, Edmonton, and I do my best to expose everything it has to offer through my blog and other online activities. In 2009 I was named one of Edmonton’s Top 40 Under 40 by Avenue Edmonton for my role in helping to build Edmonton’s online communities. In 2010, I was named one of Alberta’s Next 10 Most Influential People by Alberta Venture. I am currently a member of EEDC’s ONEdmonton Leadership Forum and Downtown Vibrancy Task Force, the Edmonton Journal’s Community Advisory Board, the 104 Street Steering Committee, and numerous other boards and committees throughout the city.

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