Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Does your child have a love for trucks and large vehicles? Then check out Pierce County's Touch-A-Truck free event. Kids of all ages will love to climb, run around, sit in and even honk horns of many types of trucks and vehicles at Sprinker Recreation Center located on 14824 C Street South in Tacoma.
A special no horns time is scheduled from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. for sensory sensitive children.
Come explore a fire engine, dump trucks, command center, bucket truck, striper, tractor, military vehicles, school buses and so many more. New solid waste and LeMay vehicles, including a mobile shredder unit, have been added to the lineup.
Also, bring your personal documents to be shredded for free. Food donation bins will also be set up to accept canned food items for the food bank.
Truck drivers will be on hand to show off their vehicles representing Pierce County Public Works, Surface Water Management, the Fire Department, Sheriff's Department, Parks and Recreation, Emergency Management's Command Center, Northwest Historical Truck Society, Parkland Light & Water, Pierce Transit, Gordon Trucking, LeMay / Waste Connections, Gene's Towing, Bethel School District, the military and more.
Children must be accompanied by an adult. Prepare for the weather because this event will take place rain or shine.
Big Truck T-shirts will be for sale on the day of the event for $8. Don't miss your chance to buy one on Saturday. For more information, please call (253) 798-4049.