'Truck Zoo' Lets Kids Explore Fire Trucks, Police Cars

Part of South Wayne Avenue will be closed for the event.

The Radnor Township Recreation & Community Programming Department, Radnor Memorial Library, and Villanova University have teamed up to deliver Truck Zoo on Sunday, May 12th from 1 to 4 p.m., according to a blog post by Radnor Recreation.

Truck Zoo will be a family-friendly event where kids can climb in and experience hands on real-life fire engines, police cars, Public Works trucks and other community vehicles to learn how they operate and what they are used for.

Combined activities with the Library will offer children’s story times and educational craft projects that teach about vehicles and transportation, an age-appropriate introduction to everyday emergency services such as police and fire, entertainment, snacks, giveaways, area organizations, and more.

South Wayne Avenue is scheduled to be closed between Runnymede Avenue and School Lane from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the event. The municipal parking lot and Radnor Middle School parking lot will both be closed to the public as they will be used for the event, according to Radnor Township.

Onstreet parking is free on Sundays in Radnor.

Read more about the event here.


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