Dozer Day 2012 is May 19-20 and we are very excited to be giving away FOUR family packs of tickets to attend the event for one day!
Dozer Day is a kid-friendly fair-like event where the rides are dozers, dump trucks and other heavy equipment! With a professional, licensed driver at their side, kids have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to drive a big yellow bulldozer, backhoe, loader and other pieces of heavy equipment. It’s a dream come true for kids — and great fun for the whole family! The event is organized by the Nutter Foundation and benefits local children’s charities.
Photos courtesy of Nutter Foundation
Dozer Day is a fun event for the whole family.
- For grown-ups, a diamond dig and a tool dig are popular.
- For kids of all ages, they enjoy their own dig, pipe crawl, tire crawl, big pip
- Families are able to view and experience a collection of equipment.
- Adults participate in the grown-up equipment race.
- A Big Hauler takes visitors around the entire site.
- Local fire, ambulance and garbage recycling trucks will all be there to play.
- Food vendors serve lunch to hungry construction workers including you!
The 2012 Dozer Day is being held May 19-20, 2012 at Cemex-Fisher Quarry, on the west side of the 192nd Avenue and Brady Road intersection, where Vancouver and Camas, WA connect. If you attended Dozer Day in the past, you know that Dozer Day is held on undeveloped land. By doing so, organizers are working to educate about responsible community development.
Purchase tickets early to save money and avoid the long ticket lines at the day of the event!
$5 for seniors 60+ and children between 2 and 12 ($8 on the day of the event)
$7 for adults ($10 on the day of the event)
FREE for those under 2 years old.
Nutter Foundation is a non-profit organization that focuses primarily on children. They partner with organizations such as schools, little leagues, and PTA’s to provide resources such as knowledge, funding, manpower, or whatever else may be needed to keep the focus on the children. With the Nutter Foundation, money goes back to the community in which the organizers were raised and are now raising their children. If you are interested in receiving more information on how to apply for a grant, go to NutterFoundation.org.
We are so excited to be giving away FOUR family packs of tickets to 2012 Dozer Day (good for one day admission).