Food trucks are scheduled to continue to gather at Brook Run Park in Dunwoody on Thursday nights.

The Dunwoody Homeowners Association is extending Food Truck Thursdays through Oct. 24. The DHA announced Sept. 11 that the hours for the weekly gatherings would be cut back to 5  to 8 p.m. starting Sept. 12.

“The Dunwoody community supported the event from day one and we had good crowds all summer long and only had rain during the event twice in 15 weeks!” The DHA board said in a press release. “Now the weather is cooling off and it is getting dark earlier.  Lines have been shorter since school started back.”

The original plan for the popular food truck-concert series, which started May 24, called for a test run through Aug. 15.

The events proved so successful, the DHA decided to extend the series through the last Thursday before Halloween, DHA board member Bill Grossman said. The DHA on Sept. 9 formally asked Dunwoody City Council to extend its co-sponsorship of the program through Oct. 24.

“We need to keep sponsoring this,” Councilman John Heneghan said.

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