celebrating 45 years

What do a dump truck, fire engine, snow mobile, speed boat, trolley, school bus and excavator have in common? You and your children can check them out at the Children Center’s Touch a Truck Sunday, September 22, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Nick. The event is free, although donations to the Children Center are always welcome.
More than 25 vehicles will be at the Nick for children to touch, climb on, and to take pictures. These also include the Wolfeboro Police and Fire Department along with their canine unit, Stewart’s Ambulance, the Governor Wentworth School Bus, DJ’s Septic  Tank, All Earth’s dump truck, Crowell’s towing truck, John Deere tractor, numerous front end loaders and backhoes from Wolfeboro Public Works and other vehicles , jeeps and motorcycles.  Along with the trucks will be many games and activities from a scavenger hunt to a bean bag toss, face painting to prizes and much more. Hot dogs and Mac & Cheese will be available to purchase.

This year is the 45th anniversary of the opening of the Children’s Center which has been serving the needs of children from ages 8 weeks to preteen since 1974. By working to provide each child and every family with the resources they need to thrive, the Children’s Center sponsors many events to bring the larger community together. Come join in this strengthening families and community day. If you have any questions or want to include your vehicle, call 603-569-1027 or find us on Facebook- The Children’s Center.