Gurnee Touch-a-Truck event celebrates 10 years Sept. 13

  • Gurnee Fire Department trucks take part in the 2017 Gurnee Days Parade. Families will have a change to get up clone and personal with trucks like these, as well as vehicles from Gurnee Public Works, Gurnee Police Department, Warren Township, Wildwood Towing, Burris Equipment and more at the 10th annual Gurnee Touch-a-Truck event from 6-8 p.m. Sept. 13 at Hunt Club Park.

    Gurnee Fire Department trucks take part in the 2017 Gurnee Days Parade. Families will have a change to get up clone and personal with trucks like these, as well as vehicles from Gurnee Public Works, Gurnee Police Department, Warren Township, Wildwood Towing, Burris Equipment and more at the 10th annual Gurnee Touch-a-Truck event from 6-8 p.m. Sept. 13 at Hunt Club Park. Daily Herald File Photo

 
Submitted by the Gurnee Park District
Posted9/11/2019 2:39 PM

Hunt Club Park's Parking Lot, on Friday, Sept. 13, at 900 North Hunt Club Road, will host a variety of vehicles from Gurnee Public Works, Gurnee Police Department, Gurnee Fire Department, Warren Township, Wildwood Towing, Burris Equipment and many more.

From 6-8 p.m., families can enjoy trucks, police cars, an ambulance, large construction equipment and more. Children will enjoy sitting in the driver's seat, honking horns and taking plenty of time to explore their favorite large trucks and vehicles. Do not forget a camera or cellphone to capture the fun.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"This event continues to be successful because of our intergovernmental partnerships," Gurnee Park District's Recreation Manager Beckie Korzyniewski said. "We're so pleased to work together and provide a larger than life experience for our guests."

Free to attend, all ages will enjoy a Friday night of "driving" and exploring. Concessions will be on sale at Hunt Club Park Aquatic Center's Cattail Café.

Should inclement weather be forecast, check the Gurnee Park District Rainout Line, at rainoutline.com/gurneeparkdistrict, prior to attending.

For more information visit, visit gurneeparkdistrict.com.

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