The Trucks Are Coming!

Touch a Truck PlusNovember 19th

Put your imagination in gear and go! Join us for our Touch A Truck Plus event, where kids get a chance to get behind the wheel and rub elbows with their hometown heroes. Come climb on and explore on your favorite equipment including helicopters, fire engines, military vehicles, farm equipment, construction trucks, boats, and much more. If you are receiving this email, you are personally invited to join Coastal Women’s Shelter’s Touch A Truck Plus event and we would love to have you! If you have not already filled out your equipment/vendor registration form, please contact us.

Touch a Truck Plus is an educational community event that will provide children with a hands on opportunity to see and touch heavy machinery and meet the people who build, protect and serve the Pamlico and Craven community. We will have bounce houses, face painting, vendors, crafts, demonstrations, and food trucks available for attendees as well.



Non Profit Agencies

Civic Groups

Pamlico High School Cheer Team

American Red Cross

North Carolina Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association

Children’s Face Painting

Rock Climbing Wall

Bounce Houses

Children’s Crafts

Free Child ID Kits

Free Plastic Children’s Construction Hats

Police Demonstrations with our favorite drug busting pooches

Trucks, Trucks, Trucks!

Fill The Truck Canned Food and Toy Drive


Animal Adoption Drive

Military Equipment


Whats For Lunch? Come and check out Craven and Pamlico’s favorite food trucks such as Jitterzz Food Truck, Nest Cafe on Wheels Food Truck, Surf Shack Food Truck, Urban Street Eats Food Truck, La Cocina Del Coqui Food Truck, and more!

Admission is a $5 donation per family at the gates.

Rain Date: Sunday, December 3

Location: Pamlico Community College

We want to give a special thank you to our supporting agencies and business’. It’s your heavy lifting, or shall we say equipment and participation, that is making this community event possible!

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Submitted by: Candice Parker, Fund Development Coordinator, Coastal Women’s Shelter