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Evan’s Touch The Truck

Date: September 14, 2019

Where: Milt Dunnel Field St.Marys

Contact: evanstouchthetruck@live.ca

The 9th Annual Evan’s Touch the Truck in support of local families battling Childhood Cancer will take place on September 14th at the St.Marys Flats.
Bring the family to experience the hands on fun of over 70 different vehicles, Little Drivers Zone, free temporary tattoo station, silent auction, BBQ and more.
Admission by donation.

Have a great vehicle that the kids will love? Register to be an exhibitor at evanstouchthetruck@live.ca

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