TOUCH A TRUCK
Boise’s Family Fun Event
October 13, 2018
9AM – 11AM Sensory Conscious (free ticket required)
10AM – 3PM Open to Public (free, donations accepted)
Albertsons Stadium Parking Lot
Touch a Truck is a free, family-friendly event hosted by the Junior League of Boise. Trucks of all kinds meet up at Boise State University, in the parking lot of the Albertsons Stadium, for you to check out, climb in, honk horns, and talk to the drivers. Come check out trucks like school buses, semi-trucks, ambulances, fire trucks, and more!
Junior League of Boise is a non-profit organization dedicated to the growth of women and betterment of our community through volunteerism and educational training opportunities. This is the league’s 4th annual Touch a Truck, which serves as a fundraiser for the organization. Your donations at the event are appreciated (and tax deductible), or donate online!
Days until Touch a Truck!
New this year, you can reserve a one-of-a-kind birthday party for the kiddo in your life at Touch a Truck! You’ll get your own area to celebrate with decorations, a party host, VIP parking, and special gift!
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I get a ticket for the Sensory Conscious hours?
Sensory-conscious time tickets may be picked up at The Sensory Playce, (beginning September 29, 2018 ) at 1471 S. Vinnell Way Boise 83709.
Is food and drink available?
Yes! There will be several food trucks on site to serve you!
Are restrooms available?
Yes! Porta potties are available on site.
Are other activities occuring at the event?
Yes! There will be games, balloons for sale, and voting for favorite truck of the event.
What kinds of trucks will be at the event?
Here are a few examples: fire trucks, ambulances, construction machines, cement trucks, moving trucks, police cars!
Does it cost to get into the event?
No! All are welcome to attend. We will be taking donations to support the Junior League of Boise, a local non-profit organization.
Where can I park?
Are strollers allowed in the event?
Yes, of course! There is a lot of ground to cover to see all the trucks, so feel free to bring the stroller for your little ones.