Brockville – The Ontario Early Years Centre Leeds and Grenville will be holding its 4th annual ‘Touch A Truck’ event this Friday, July 21st at St. Lawrence College.
The free event runs from 10:00am to 1:00pm. Parents and caregivers with their children are invited to explore a variety of vehicles such as garbage and construction trucks, emergency vehicles, city bus, army vehicles and many more. As well, Brockville Home Hardware Building Centre will be hosting a BBQ at the event with the proceeds going to Girls Inc.
The event is being held rain or shine. Cancelled if thunder/lightning. There is free parking at St. Lawrence College and the Brockville Memorial Centre.
This event is made possible by the generosity of the following community partners: United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, St. Lawrence College, Brockville Home Hardware Building Centre, The Butcher Shop, Girls Inc., Leeds and Grenville Public Libraries, Interval House,Canada Border Services, Campbell’s Towing, Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, Wills Transfer, Hydro One, City of Brockville, Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit, Brockville Police, Ontario Provincial Police, STEO, Brockville Rifles, Leeds and Grenville Paramedic Services, Brockville Fire Department, Jim’s Performance Plus Ltd., Howards Travel, G. Tackaberry and Sons Construction Company Limited, Thousand Island Concrete, Lafarge Canada, Making Play Possible, Fun with Books, Weagant Farm Supply Limited, Waste Management, Riverside Ford, Evoy Racing, 1000 Islands National Park, Brockville Nissan, Triple P and the Employment and Education Centre.