BANGOR — Grab your costumes. Touch-A-Truck & Treat is back for the second time and they’re ready to rumble.
The Halloween-themed event is an opportunity for kids to dress up, and explore fire trucks, police cruisers, bulldozers, and more.
Tim Baude of Bangor Parks and Recreational said mummies, dads, and other parental-like creatures can have fun in a socially distanced space at no cost.
“We’ve had a very successful Touch-A-Truck throughout the years. We just want to do something different this year that we can work into outdoors,” said Baude. “We couldn’t have our traditional indoor party for a couple of years. So it was an opportunity for us to combine our biggest events we hold and kind of combine it into one.”
The highly anticipated event will be held in the parking lot of the Cross Insurance Center from 6 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 28