Fire engines! Construction vehicles! Smart Cars! Unique trucks! You and your kids can look and touch these amazing service vehicles at the third annual Williamson County Parks and Recreation’s “Touch A Truck” event on Saturday, October 10 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Kids and their families can also participate in truck-themed crafts, face painting and enjoy an array of festival foods and drinks on site (cost incurred for concessions). Stage performances including a magic show performed by Parker’s Original Entertainment, Polynesian dancers and a balloon artist are planned. The event will conclude with a treasury of raffle prizes given away such as motorized kid’s vehicles! This is a great, hands-on opportunity for children and adults to explore all types of BIG vehicles with. There are nearly 40 trucks on display!
Held in the large parking lot of the nearby Thompson’s Station Church, this FREE event is open to the public and gives kids of all ages the opportunity to explore trucks and vehicles of all kinds. Sponsors for this year’s event are Verizon Wireless, Alexander Ford Mercury-Franklin, Buffalo Wild Wings, The Academy of Heritage Commons, Wal-Mart, Merle Norman of Spring Hill, Sandrell Heating and Air, First Tennessee Bank of Spring Hill, Moody’s Tire and SportClips.
For more information, contact Darlene Monk at the Longview Recreation Center, (615) 302-0971, ext. 16 or view the Spring Hill monthly newsletter at www.wcparksandrec.com. The Thompson’s Station Church is located at the intersection of Thompson’s Station Road and Columbia Pike.