Touch A Truck is a family-friendly event hosted by
Junior League chapters across the nation, and on April 30, 2016, it will debut at BREC’s Fairgrounds
at Airline Highway Park from 9 a.m to 3 p.m.
Children love to explore and investigate, and unrestricted play is essential for healthy, cognitive
development. At Touch A Truck, children and families will receive an exceptional hands-on
experience, with vehicles of all types—construction, public service, emergency, utility, landscaping,
transportation, delivery, and more.
Children will be able to interact with their favorite vehicles, learn
about the importance of safety, and meet the men and women who serve and protect our
Those children who are sensitive to noise will enjoy Silent Hour from 9-10 a.m..
Kid-friendly activities, face painting and delicious food will make this event a perfect
outing for the entire family!
Touch A Truck offers exhibitors like Angelle the opportunity to interact with parents, children, volunteers and
the Baton Rouge community-at-large.
Angelle is proud to support the Junior League of
Baton Rouge’s efforts with their unique and exciting vehicles, machinery, boats and anything else
that children find fascinating.
Funds raised through Touch A Truck will support the Junior League of
Baton Rouge in its mission to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve
communities through effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
The Junior League of
Baton Rouge is a 501(c)(3) organization and has served the Baton Rouge community for more than
80 years. Touch A Truck will allow the Junior League of Baton Rouge to continue to enhance the
quality of life in the areas of health, education and cultural development.
To learn more about The Junior League of Baton Rouge,
please visit www.juniorleaguebr.org.