April 30, 2016: Kids on Big Rigs


Come check out a Regional Emergency Medical Services Authority – REMSA Ambulance without the need to have a real ride in one – at Kids on Big Rigs.

The streets of Reno are kept clean and cleared by City of Reno Government. Come to Kids on Big Rigs Saturday April 30 and YOU can look, touch and explore- a street sweeper, snow plow and a sewer truck. Fun for the whole family

Look for the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest staff and Fire Engine at this year’s Kids on Big Rigs.

Lazy Sundae Truck, All Wrapped Up Food Truck, Bodawgs, and Hot Dog Rod will be serving up scrumptious foods and desserts this Saturday April 30 at Kids on Big Rigs.

The Washoe County Raven Helicopter will be coming to Kids on Big Rigs barring bad weather conditions or any emergency calls.

Milne Towing Services to the rescue! They will be sending a tow truck to this year’s Kids on Big Rigs. Be sure to stop by and say “hi” to the tow masters.

3D Concrete is cleaning up one of their concrete mixer trucks for children to look, touch and explore- all up close and hands on – at Kids on Big Rigs.

New York Life Insurance Company – Reno will be doing CHILD IDs at Kids on Big Rigs. All children accompanied by a parent or guardian will recieve a free ID card complete with contact information and finger prints.

Cub scout troop #43, Boy scout troop #43, and the Boy Scouts of America are always ready for any situation and want to remind you that only CASH is accepted at Kids on Big Rigs.

2025 Silverado Blvd., Reno, NV
April 30, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Admission to Kids on Big Rigs is only $4 per person. Other activities and food are additional $.
Ways to get a $1 off admission:
1. Wear your scout uniform
2. Children wearing their rec league sports Jersey
3. Bring papers to shred at the Iron Mountain shredding truck.
4. Bring a can of food for the Evelyn Mount Community Outreach
5. Bring a Kids on Big Rigs discount card that were handed out around town or were in the Kids Directory

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