Touch-A-Truck and Food Truck Festival Raises $14,000 for the Renovation and Expansion of Hopkinton Public Library this year. View and download many pictures of the event here! View the HCAM News segment of the event below.
"Hopkinton Public Library Foundation’s 5th Annual Touch-A-Truck and Food Truck Festival raised $14,000 for the restoration, renovation and expansion of Hopkinton Public Library, now under construction. The event hosted 2000 kids and adults on Sunday, June 12, 2016, at the Hopkinton High School Parking Lot.
Touch-A-Truck featured 55 construction, service and emergency trucks and vehicles from the Hopkinton Fire Department, Hopkinton DPW, American Climbers, Asphalt Engineering, Deiana Backhoe Service, Devaney Oil, Gallo Movers, Hunt Plumbing & Heating, Lil’ Folk Farm, Gentle Giant Moving Co., Greenwood Landscaping, Holliston Oil, Jamie Oil, J.C. Parmenter, Landscape Depot, Maple Farm Dairy, Metal Mirrors Detailing, MG Car Club, National Guard, Norton & Haines Transportation, Scott Septic, Tumblebus, Two Men and a Truck, Under Pressure, and so many more.
Guests feasted on lunch, dessert and drinks from a variety of Food Trucks including Anzio’s Brick Oven Pizza, Boston Burger Company, Boston Event Specialists, Cape Cod Cannolis, The Cod Squad, Kona Ice, Say Cheese!, Split My Banana, Teri-Yummy, and Vee-Bop’s Ice Cream.
Roaming Railroad provided a trackless train and a slot car race track. Kids got their faces painted, tried yoga at Absolute Yoga, and visited Queen Elsa from Fairy Tale Parties. Pink Truck Designs and Simply Orthodontics hosted event booths. Touch-A-Truck was generously sponsored by Phipps Insurance Agency, Main Street Pediatrics, Servpro of Framingham, Kumon of Hopkinton, and the Learning Center of Hopkinton.
Thank you to all the families who attended Touch-A-Truck in support of Hopkinton Public Library, the generous businesses who sponsored the event and donated their time and trucks to make this such a successful day, and the numerous volunteers from the Hopkinton middle and high schools!"