The South Cape Entertainment and Hospitality Associations and Cape Coral Veterans Museum invite you to come out to Lee County’s First Touch-A-Truck Event on Saturday March 7, 2015 at the Cape Coral Veterans Museum Parking lot located at 4820 Leonard Street in South Cape Coral. from 9 AM to 3 PM.
What is a Touch a Truck?
This is a family friendly event where kids of all ages can explore and ask questions about their favorite vehicles such as Cape Coral Police Mobile Command Unit, Lee County Emergency Medical Ambulance, and the Veterans Mobile Museum just to name a few.
All participants will receive a truck passport, and can visit the designated locations for a chance to win a prize.
There will be live entertainment geared toward children of all ages, health and safety exhibitors, local vendors and sponsors such as you.
Admission is free and parking is available at numerous public parking lots located close by. Tickets will be available for children’s activities such as a duck pond, face painting, and crafts and also for a charity basket raffle.
Parent supervision is required, and cameras are highly recommended.
Why a Touch a Truck?
This event was inspired by Ethan, the 3 year old, truck loving, grandson of Fran and Steve Marsino, who is affected by Fragile X syndrome. Fragile X is a genetic condition that causes intellectual disability, behavioral and mental health issues, and developmental and language delays.
Net proceeds from the 2015 Cape Coral Touch a Truck event will benefit the National Fragile X Foundation.
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A few vendor spots are still available, for vendor information call:
Fran and Steve Marsino