Kids of all ages are invited to explore trucks and service vehicles of all types at the 6th annual “Touch-a-Truck” event and fundraiser for the Mountain Top School at Temple Har Shalom in Warren, NJ. From 11am to 3pm on Sunday, May 7, attendees can check out fire trucks, police cars, construction vehicles, and more and meet the amazing crew members who serve our community.

Last year, the event attracted 1,500 people to view over 30 vehicles. More than 35 local businesses and families sponsored the event. “In the past, we’ve had moving trucks, bulldozers, sports cars, a crane, and even an ice cream truck,” says Amanda Jacobs, Director of the Mountain Top School.“Kids get such a thrill at being able to sit behind the wheel of a truck or meet a fireman.”

“Touch-a-Truck” will be held at the Warren Middle School parking lot at 100 Old Stirling Road in Warren. The rain date is May 21. In addition to vehicles, the event will also feature food, carnival games, rides, and other family-friendly activities. 

Admission is $5 per person with children under one free. The first 100 will receive a free give-a-way. To learn more or become a participant or sponsor, visit