BY MONIQUE WHRITENOUR
Eastvale – This Labor Day Weekend, VantagePoint Church will conclude its successful Summer of Love campaign with a free evening of entertainment for the whole family.
The event, Flicks and Food Trucks, will be held on Sunday, August 31 at the Roosevelt High School outdoor amphitheater. In addition to food trucks and a screening of the film “How to Train Your Dragon,” the festivities will also include games, raffles, an inflatable obstacle course, and a rock climbing wall.
“This summer, VantagePoint Church went out into the community and passed out water, Starbucks coffee cards, and Redbox movie codes. We also fed the homeless and served more than 325 athletes at our Friday Night Lights Football and Cheer Camp,” said Monique Whritenour, director of community outreach. “Flicks and Food Trucks is the final event in our Summer of Love. It will provide the entire community with free entertainment in a safe environment.”
This is the second year that VantagePoint Church has hosted Flicks and Food Trucks. Last year, more than 1,000 people were in attendance.
The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a performance by the band Western Express. The movie will begin at 7:30 p.m. Everything will be free, with the exception of food purchases.
“This summer, VantagePoint Church invested 1,025 service hours into being living proof of a loving God,” Whritenour said. “Flicks and Food Trucks will be a great way to wrap up our successful Summer of Love campaign and will also allow us to celebrate Labor Day with our local community. It is going to be a blast!”
For more information, contact Monique Whritenour at (909) 465-9700.