Explore & More is doing a FREE – Find-A-Truck Scavenger hunt around Canalside with one catch – you have to stay in your car!
Talk about some much needed fun for our little ones!! Mark your calendar for June 27th!!!!
Explore & More is getting ready for a new and different version of their very popular Touch-A-Truck event. This year, due to COVID-19, the museum will be doing Find-A-Truck instead – but it will still be pretty cool and is much needed fun for families and children who’ve been in their homes way too long.
This year, Explore & More – The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Children’s Museum’s beloved annual event, Touch A Truck will be taking place virtually from June 22-26 with a driving scavenger hunt on Saturday, June 27th, 10 am – 2 pm. Throughout the week the museum will have virtual Storytime, activities, virtual tours and trivia on their Facebook Page – and it will all end with that scavenger hunt where families can search for their favorite trucks, win prizes and visit with special friends – all from the safety of their own vehicle.
Pre-registration is required for this FREE scavenger hunt, with a limited number of spaces available. This is a driving activity and participants will be asked to remain in their vehicles.
The scavenger hunt will include:
A map of where to find a variety of trucks including construction, utility and emergency vehicles, the Book-mobile, the Albright-Knox Art Truck and more.
Visits from our special friends – Ghostbusters 716, the Justice League of WNY, a cow and more to come!
Surprises throughout the day at various scavenger hunt locations.
Plus, everyone who registers will be entered for door prizes, including a Power Wheels Ford F150 Raptor and a Family Staycation package courtesy of Holiday Inn Express Downtown! Also stay tuned for a special contest with a great family prize from Dunn Tire.
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