GABE HERNANDEZ / CALLER-TIMES Customers stand in line as they prepare to order during the food truck at North Bayfront Park in Corpus Christi on Friday, Jan. 29, 2016, Friday.  People had an opportunity to enjoy the weather, play games, and listen to live music.

Do you enjoy trying new foods and supporting local businesses? You will have the opportunity to do both over the next few weeks.

For the next three weekends, JAG Downtown Festivals and Events food truck festivals will take over the corner of North Shoreline Boulevard and Palo Alto Street.

The festival consists of 15 rolling restaurants, including Divine Treats, Fulton Kettle Corn, and Pluckers Chicken Waffle.

“We’re doing these three weekends because 2020 has been a pretty bad year for all of us,” said John Garcia, president of JAG Downtown Festivals and Events. “We’re just trying to help those food trucks get back on their feet.”

In addition to the trucks, kids can enjoy free craft activities, a petting zoo, inflatable obstacle course, and more.

The festival follows CDC guidelines on mask wearing and social distancing.

For the next three weekends, the festivals and activities will take place every Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 10pm.

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