AUBURN — The seventh annual Touch-a-Truck event will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 6, at Central Maine Community College.
This free communitywide event will be the biggest Touch-a-Truck ever, according to event organizers. Last year, almost two thousand people attended the event. Attendees have an opportunity to see, touch, interact with and learn about dozens of vehicles, such as firetrucks, tractor-trailers, police cars, TV news satellite trucks, ambulances and construction vehicles. There will be a children’s book swap and several children’s activity tables.
Touch-a-Truck will be held rain or shine. Adult supervision is required and cameras are highly recommended.
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Harrison Lacroix, 4, of Auburn sits in the cab of an excavator during the sixth annual Touch-a-Truck event at Central Maine Community College in Auburn in 2016. Jake Dubois, right, a foreman at Morin Excavating, answered Lacroix’s questions about the function of each button and switch. This year’s event will be May 6.