Macomb County's Tons O' Trucks Festival will be back on September 25

Wayne Dover

MACOMB COUNTY, MI - Are you ready for the upcoming festival this fall in Macomb County? Get prepared, this year's Tons O’ Trucks Festival is coming back! Macomb Township Parks and Recreation Department will hold this event together with its annual Fall Festival on Saturday, September 25, 2021.

Invite all your family members to come and enjoy this spring event for free! This Tons O' Trucks and Wheeled Wonders event will be a little different from the previous years'. It will be a good chance for you and your family to going over with any kind of vehicles you can imagine! Don't forget to prepare your phone or digicam to capture every fun and funny moment with your family!

Besides the vehicles' display, children of all ages can also enjoy many fun games and activities, such as train rides and face painting, Don't miss the refreshments giveaways available there too! The Macomb Township Parks and Recreation Department also prepares plenty of things for the families to do, such as listed below:

  • Farmers Market
  • Free raffles, refreshments, giveaways
  • 70 Foot Obstacle Course/18 Foot Inflatable Slide
  • Family Fun Run/Walk (raffle prizes)
  • Freckle the Frog Fun Station (Raffle)
  • Scarecrow Contest
  • Seasonal Craft Station
  • 16 Foot Soccer Dart Game
  • Nerf Battle Zone
  • Strolling Entertainment
  • Knocker-Roller Ball

This festival will be behold at Seneca Middle School, which is located at 47200 Heydenreich Road. make sure you come on time! The gate will be open from 10 a.m. and And the series of events will end at 1 p.m. Don't forget to periodically check Macomb Township Parks and Recreation Department Facebook page here or check Macomb County Government's website here for more information ahead.

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