When my son was little, he was totally obsessed with big trucks and "mighty machines." We used to drive around looking for construction sites so he could watch them work. We learned songs about dump trucks, backhoes, excavators, etc. I feel like every kiddo goes through this phase at one time or another. To be honest, I still think they're pretty cool!
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The Daviess County Parks & Recreation Department is hosting a fun new event this year for kids of all ages to explore big machines of all shapes and sizes. County trucks, construction equipment, and emergency vehicles will all be there to touch, sit in, pretend with, and learn about how they work. A couple of Blackhawk Helicopters will be there too. That's awesome!
The first hour of Touch- A-Truck will be sensory friendly to be inclusive to anyone who wants to join the fun, but doesn't like loud noise and bright flashing lights. If you like the lights and sirens, those can be demonstrated for the remainder of the time.
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Along with the truck experience, there will be inflatables and activities, food truck vendors, and a petting zoo. The best part? It's free!
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Where?: Panther Creek Park 5160 Wayne Bridge Road in west Daviess County
When?: April 20th
What time?: Sensory Hour: 11 AM - 12 PM and Lights & Sirens: 12 PM - 2 PM
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If you have any questions about the event, you can contact the Daviess County Parks Office for more information at (270) 685-6142.

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