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Touch-a-Truck rolling into Albany Museum of Arts

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Trucks came rolling into the Albany Museum of Art this afternoon for a cool family event. Saturday the museum will host Touch-a-Truck.

Children can climb in and explore vehicles from all sorts professions. Owners will teach kids about how their vehicles work. Proceeds will benefit children's programs at the museum.

"Over thirty trucks. Everything from tractors, semi trucks, just anything kids of all ages, even big kids and adults will love to come and see these trucks and sit in the steering wheel and be able to honk the horn," said Katie Gatewood.

The Touch-a-Truck event is from 10 to 2 Saturday. It's $5 per person and $20 for a family of five.

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