The Cathedral of St. Mary in Cheyenne kicks off their expanded summer food festival today. The Cathedral Square Food Truck Festival will be held on the last Wednesday of every month from May through August from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m in the parking lot on 20th Street and Capitol Avenue.

"The food truck festival is a great way to gather as a community and share the joy of life together," St. Mary's associate pastor Father Andrew Kinstetter said. "We encourage everyone to bring their families, neighbors, and friends to share some laughs, enjoy the summer months and try out the great food trucks we have here in Cheyenne."

Today's rally will feature five local food trucks, Butler Dogs, Fat Howard’s Chili, Mile High Fries, Pufkins, and The Daily Press. Beer, wine, and soft drinks will also be available for purchase.

2019 will be the second year for the event at St. Mary's. After two successful rallies last summer, they hope the expanded festival will become a Cheyenne tradition for years to come.

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