Touch-a-Truck Returns to Decatur

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Decatur Touch-a-Truck

Touch-a-Truck is returning to Decatur on Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 10 am – 1 pm at Callaway Parking Lot, 120 West Trinity Place in Decatur.

Children of all ages are invited to touch, explore and see their favorite truck or equipment on wheels. Vehicles from the City of Decatur and DeKalb County will be on display.

Bike Registration!  Ride your bike to the event and have it registered by the  City of Decatur Police. The serial number and description help Decatur Police identify the owners of bikes they retrieve that have been lost or stolen.

Food Drive!  Please bring a canned or non-perishable food item in celebration of National Nutrition Month. Decatur Active Living and Decatur Firefighters will be collecting food to “Feed the Hungry.”

School Bus Safety!  Two City of Decatur school buses will be on display. Learn how to stay safe on the bus.

NEW!  Car Seat Installation Demonstration

Get up-close and personal with dozens of larger-than-life trucks, heavy construction and public safety equipment, cool cars and specialty vehicles. Meet vehicle owners and operators and have a blast watching your kids touch, climb on and interact with this awesome exhibition of transportation. Admission is free.

Decatur Touch-a-Truck is an exciting and educational annual community event hosted by the City of Decatur.

Click here for more information or to volunteer for the Decatur Touch-a-Truck.

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