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Mighty Machines Showcase

Mighty Machines Showcase The Mighty Machines Showcase is a family oriented community event that brings Mighty Machines to life. The Show provide adults and kids a chance to see construction and other service vehicles up close.

Touch them!  Investigate them! Talk to the people that operate them!

Since 2004, over 30,000 people have attended the Mighty Machines Showcase event, raising $16,500 for charity.  For 2012, the charity will once again be Strong Start.

There is plenty to do at the Mighty Machines Showcase.

Machines
– With over 50 machines to explore, kids will be kept busy for a while!  Most machines will have an operator so your kids can talk to the person who drives it and also climb inside and explore.

Becker Bros Truck Pull-Over – Take the challenge of pulling over a tanker truck using nothing but kid power!

Game Asylum – Enjoy the Game Asylum gaming experience in a high tech theatre allowing 16 players to simultaneously play Xbox and Wii games together.

Tumblebus
– Enjoy this gym on wheels filled with fun equipment–bringing the best possible physical education class to children.  Cheerfully decorated, the TUMBLEBUS provides a unique and fun way for children to receive the physical fitness that is so important to their development.

Zombie Truck – A unique specialized zombie collection and containment vehicle, the Zombie Truck, is purpose built for cleaning up zombie outbreaks and it features the latest zombie capture hardware, weaponry and tracking systems to ensure the job is done right the first time.

Strongmen – A demonstration from Powerfest Productions, producers of strength and athletic events since 2008.

Food
– Enjoy a barbeque lunch operated by Bingemans or bring your own food and enjoy a picnic on the grass.

Where: Bingeman’s

When: September 8, 2012

Time: 10:00am-4:00pm

For more information please visit website

365 things to do in Kitchener Waterloo is brought to you by Keith Marshall. I think I got cut off by the Zombie Truck yesterday – but I just let it go.

 

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