The North Myrtle Beach Parks & Recreation Department will host the first annual “Touch-A-Truck” event April 8, 10am-2pm, at the North Myrtle Beach Park & Sports Complex in the Soccer/Lacrosse parking lot. Admission is free.
Touch-A-Truck offers a day for children of all ages to get an up-close, interactive look at many of the large vehicles and heavy equipment they only see on television or driving down the road. Everyone will have the opportunity to explore exhibits like dump trucks, tractors, a helicopter, fire trucks, police car, race cars and more.
In addition to all the vehicles, this community event and educational thing to do in North Myrtle Beach features public safety information and other activities, including face painting, helmet safety by the North Strand Optimist Club, spot camera eye screenings offered by the North Myrtle Beach Lion’s Club, and writing letters to soldiers with the Grand Strand Blue Star Mothers.
Everyone is invited to come out to climb, learn and discover!