MIDDLEBURY-Vermont Adult Learning is sponsoring Big Truck Day on Saturday, June 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the American Legion on Boardman Street in Middlebury.
The family event will feature many big trucks such as a dump truck from Bradford Trucking, a fire engine from the Bristol Fire Dept., two types of ambulances from Middlebury Volunteer Ambulance Service, a K-9 unit from the Vergennes Police Dept,, a monster truck from Denecker Chevrolet, a farm tractor from the Foster farm, a cement truck and bucket loader from J. P. Carrera and Sons, a school bus from Bet-cha Transit, a crane from Brown's Tree Service, a milk truck from Agri -Mark to name a few.
There also will be some smaller vehicles from Cyclewise, Hendy Brothers, Champlain Valley Equipment and Champlain Valley Motorsports. In addition to the trucks, there will be other family fun such as clowns, face painting, games and activities for children and families, a 50/50 raffle as well as lunch food and baked goods for sale. A raffle drawing will be held at the event for prizes donated by many area businesses. Admission is free for children; $5 for adults. The event will be held rain or shine.
Proceeds from Big Truck Day will benefit students of Vermont Adult Learning and the Vermont Adult Learning Childcare Center. Vermont Adult Learning, a member of the statewide Learning Works network, is the leading provider of adult education and literacy services in Vermont. The Vermont Adult Learning Childcare Center, NAEYC accredited with an on-site Headstart Program, is a multi-age program with an enrollment of 15, ranging from toddler to age 5.
For more information about Big Truck Day contact Kathy Hall at 802-388-4392.