I can see why Missoula Under Construction is such a hit. There's just something about big rigs and machinery that kids love. I remember all the backhoes and dump trucks that I used to have in the sandbox when I was growing up. I would spend hours scooping, loading, and dumping sand piles. And I still remember the first time I got to drive a Bobcat tractor - it was pretty much the coolest thing ever - so awesome! The big thing right now is my three-year-old loves it when the garbage trucks show up in the neighborhood. Loud and obnoxious to most people - but a reason for celebration and must-see entertainment for a preschooler.

If your kids are mesmerized by big machinery and equipment - you'll want to check out the fun at Fort Missoula Regional Park tomorrow (8/21.) Missoula Under Construction happens from 10 AM - 4 PM and lets kids do the driving with forklifts, bulldozers, and more. Plus, they'll be able to do some hands-on learning and see what skills it takes to be a plumber, an electrician, and a carpenter.

Some fun for the whole family? Yes. But it's also for a great cause - all money raised will benefit the Missoula Food Bank. Tickets are just $5 per person or $20 for families (ages 2 and under are free.) Get tickets HERE.

You can also purchase tickets with cash, check, or card on-site at the event.

Time is running out when it comes to what's left of summer break. You won't want to look back in a couple weeks and wish you squeezed in more fun before school started. Grab the kids, check out the big rigs, and help the Missoula Food Bank!

Missoula Under Construction
Saturday, August 21 | 10 AM - 4 PM
Fort Missoula Regional Park
3401-3499 South Ave W
Missoula, MT 59801

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