April 23, 2019 


FROM: Barbara W. Simpson 

Cultural Arts and Special Events 



Get ready for a fun family day as Prattville celebrates National Kids to Park Day with the Mayor’s Annual Bike Ride and Touch A Truck event on Saturday, May 18! 


The festivities will kick off with the Mayor’s “Super Hero” Bike Ride at 9:45 a.m. Children and their families are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite super hero. Riders will power off from Upper Kingston Park and continue on to the Chamber of Commerce to pick up younger, super heroes in training to join in the fun. The bike ride will end at Pratt Park where our super hero bike riders can participate in a special obstacle course to test their powers! All participants are required to wear a helmet and there will be a police escort for the group. Bike riders can register on line at www.prattvilleal.gov or by calling the Special Events Office at 334-595-0854. 


Touch A Truck has been a favorite event for many years for children to meet and learn about our first responders and other City of Prattville workers and what they do to help make Prattville a great place to live and work. Pratt Park will be alive with the sounds of horns blowing, motors racing and sirens blaring with the start of the annual Touch-A-Truck celebration. There will be heavy equipment, 18-wheelers, race cars, fire trucks, police cars and more for kids to climb in and learn about from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Pratt Park next to Stanley Jensen Football Stadium. 

Bring your family and friends and enjoy children’s activities and vendors with hotdogs, cool treats and inflatables. 


For more information or to register for the bike ride, contact the Special Events Office at 334-595-0854 or visit www.prattvilleal.gov.


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