Touch A Truck Event on Friday & Pinkerton Park Project Update

Touch A Truck Event on Friday & Pinkerton Park Project Update

FIRE TRUCKS, POLICE CARS, TRACTORS, & MORE!
 
The City of Franklin Parks Department is hosting its annual Touch A Truck event on Friday, May 18. This free event will run from 5PM – 8PM. Trucks, equipment, and vehicles of all shapes and sizes will gather at Jim Warren Park where children of all ages, with parent supervision, will be welcome to touch, climb-on, and explore these amazing pieces of equipment. Music, inflatables and fun will be available. Food will also be available for purchase.
 
For more information, contact the City of Franklin Parks Department by calling 615.794.2103, or by emailing at parksinfo@franklintn.gov.

The City of Franklin Parks Department is hosting its annual Touch A Truck event on Friday, May 18. This free event will run from 5PM – 8PM. Trucks, equipment, and vehicles of all shapes and sizes will gather at Jim Warren Park where children of all ages, with parent supervision, will be welcome to touch, climb-on, and explore these amazing pieces of equipment. Music, inflatables and fun will be available. Food will also be available for purchase.
 
PINKERTON PARK PROJECT
The Tinkerbell Pavilion at Pinkerton Park is a Leadership Franklin Class of 2017-2018 community improvement project. The project includes upgrades to the Pavilion, ADA compliant access to the Pavilion, a charging bar for electronics, concrete ping pong table, shade sails, and benches for park goers.  
 
A campaign for contributions for this project is underway. If you would like to be a sponsor of this pavilion, please contact Friends of Franklin Parks at 615-674-5388, or if you would like to make a contribution visit www.friendsoffranklinparks.org.

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