“Loads” of Fun at “Touch a Truck” event

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Laura Kemball and Charlotte (charlie) Boulet posing in one of Ray-Ann Transport’s front end loaders at the Touch a Truck event on May 12.

On Saturday May 12th, The Winnipeg River Heritage Museum held its first annual Touch a Truck event. Kids of all ages enjoyed the event which was held between Chicken Chef and the Papertown in the field between the two businesses.

The weather co-operated for the event with plenty of sunshine and excited kids.
The children got to sit, climb, and touch all of the vehicles for the event, as well as hear the sound that all of the vehicles make and the most popular one was the fire truck and its siren and horn, and of course kids loved sitting in the bucket of the backhoe as well.
Volunteers were on hand to help the kids have a memorable experience with the vehicles and to help where needed.

The Museum would like to make this an annual event, with more vehicles and attractions to take place for the future years to come.

 

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