From The Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — The 2021 Trussville City Fest Committee has announced this year’s official theme and preliminary plans for the city’s premier community event.
Trussville City Fest 2021: Better Together will celebrate the reuniting of families and friends following a year of pandemic restrictions and distancing. Presenting sponsor for the event is the Trussville City Schools Foundation.
Scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 11, the festivities will begin with a 20th anniversary observance of the 2001 attack on America at the Veteran’s Memorial at 9 a.m. The city’s new Veterans Committee, led by Chad Carroll, is organizing the ceremony.
The day will continue with an expanded Bryant Bank Kids’ Area, the America’s First Federal Credit Union Marketplace with a variety of business booths and vendors and a lineup of some of the most popular food trucks around. Entertainment will take place at the festival site and the Trussville Entertainment District, while members of the Trussville Downtown Merchants Association will offer deals, discounts, and other shoppers’ delights in and around the Main Street business district. A fine arts show is also planned.
Additional details will be announced as they become available.
Members of the 2021 Trussville City Fest Committee are Mayor Buddy Choat, Stacy Frazier, Chuck Bradford, Drew Peterson, Makeda Smith, Josh Taylor, Leslie Armstrong, Wesley Gooch, David Moore, Katie Cox, Greg Carroll, Debi McCarley, Scott Stearns, Ian Maddox, and Jamie Townes.
The Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce, led by Executive Director June Mathews and Event Manager Melissa Walker, is coordinating the event.
For more information about Trussville City Fest 2021: Better Together, visit www.trussvillechamber.com/events/ or call the chamber office at (205) 655-7535.