I can't think of a better event for kids of all ages, heck ADULTS of all ages

I love Mandan, such great people who live and work out here. When you head into the main hub of Mandan it just feels so hometown-ish! A perfect event for the whole family is coming up, a chance for you to "rub shoulders, and wheels" and reach out and "Touch A Truck"  - This is where your young kids ( AND adults ) will have huge smiles on their faces and wide eyes as almost every kind of truck imaginable will be out there!

WHEN: Saturday, May 21st

TIME: 11 AM - 3 PM

WHERE: Main Street, Mandan

WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT: "Touch A Truck" Offers Children An Up-Close, Hands-On Opportunity To Explore Heavy Machinery, Safety Vehicles, And Other Cool Trucks, As Well As Ask Questions Of The People Who Operate These Machines

This is a FREE event - you can help stock the food pantry for AID, Inc. by bringing a non-perishable food item to donate.

You can expect to find a Culvert Maze/Food Trucks/Vendors out there.

Do You Want A Quick Example Of Some Of The Trucks That You Could "Touch"?

A Ladder Fire Truck. Police SUV. Highway Patrol Truck. Trash Truck. Tow Trucks. An Ambulance. School Bus. Mini Excavators. A Septic Truck. Race Cars. A Water Truck. A Milk Truck. Ready Mix Concrete Truck. A Skidsteer. An End Dump Truck. A Street Sweeper. A Bucket Truck. A Crane...AND much much more.

For more information on this event head to www.mandanprogress.org


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