Kids can touch a truck to help Camp CaPella | News
BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) --- Fire Engines, race cars, bulldozers. Most kids don't get too many chances to see fire engines, race cars and bulldozers up close and personal but those who go to the Cole Land Transportation Museum in Bangor this Saturday will have that opportunity.
The second annual 'Touch A Truck Fair' will be held this Saturday to help raise money for Camp Capella in Dedham. Anyone who stops by the museum will be able to see everything from police mobile crime units to racing cars and trucks. There will also be food and snacks and a bounce house too.
"They're going to have a chance to see big rigs with the campers in the back and huge quarry trucks and municipal vehicles and rescue vehicles and fire trucks and demonstrations from all these people to show you what they do and how they do it and what these trucks are used for," said Dana Mosher, who is the executive director for Camp CaPella.
'Touch A Truck' will be taking place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday. Tickets are $5 per person or $20 per family.