Touch A Truck at Manahawkin Lake Park

The Stafford Chamber of Commerce will host its fourth annual Touch A Truck event.  The Touch A Truck will be held this Saturday, April 28, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

There will be plenty of children activities such as face painting, a clown, bouncy house and more. The children can climb, learn and discover.

Many local vendors will be at the event. There will be crafts, food, businesses, nonprofits and more.

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Watch the video, a review of the 2016 event, for more information.  It promises to be a great day for all involved.

Special thanks to the dedicated, caring leadership of the Stafford Chamber of Commerce.  The leadership team and members have worked hard in putting this great event together.  

For additional information contact Jennifer Manochio at 609-401-2525

Contact Information
  1. Jennifer Manochio
  2. 609-401-2525
Sat, April 28
11:00 am — 4:00 pm
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The Stafford Chamber of Commerce will host its fourth annual Touch A Truck event. The Touch A Truck will be held this Saturday, April 28, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

There will be plenty of children activities such as face painting, a clown, bouncy house and more. The children can climb, learn and discover.

Many local vendors will be at the event. There will be crafts, food, businesses, ...

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Manahawkin Lake Park


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