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Touch a Truck & More

Note:  You must register below to participate.

 

Mayor's Bike Ride Registration Form

By submitting this form, I understand and acknowledge that participating in a recreational activity can be hazardous
and I realize that no one should enter into a recreational activity unless the participant is medically able. I/We assume
all risks associated with this activity including, but not limited to: falls, contact with other participants or equipment,
effect of weather, equipment failure, and condition of the playing area. I fully understand that it is my responsibility
to ascertain if this specific activity contains other elements of risk that could prove to be harmful to a participant.
Having read this waiver and in consideration of acceptance of my entry into the program, I and everyone entitled
to act on my behalf waive and release the City of Prattville, The Parks and Recreation Department, its cosponsors,
their representatives and successors from all claims and liabilities of any kind arising out of my participation
or my child’s participation in this activity.

I hereby give permission to the City of Prattville to use photographs or video in print materials, social media
or website for promotional purposes. I further understand that these images will not be given away, sold or otherwise
disbursed other than for promotional purposes with the City of Prattville.

 

The City of Prattville has finalized plans for the 6th annual Mayor’s Bike Ride and the 8th annual Touch a Truck events. Both will take plan on Saturday, May 20, in conjunction with National Kids to Park Day.

The Mayor’s Bike Ride will begin at 9:45am at Upper Kingston Park for riders 8 years and older. This year, children 7 and under will join the ride from the Chamber of Commerce and everyone will end at Pratt Park. There will be a police escort to ensure the safety of our riders and everyone must wear a helmet. Online registration for the bike ride is available above.

Police cars, fire trucks, dump trucks, racecars, garbage trucks and more will be onsite at Pratt Park for children of all ages to explore and learn about. From honking the horns to revving the engines, there will be something for every boy and girl to enjoy.

National Kids to Park Day was organized and launched by the National Park Trust and encourages children and their families to get outdoors and visit America’s parks. This event also encourages children to lead a more active lifestyle and broaden their appreciation for nature and the outdoors.

Admission is free and the events are open to the public. For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (334) 595-0800.

Mayor’s Bike Ride
9:45am- Upper Kingston Park to Pratt Park

Touch a Truck
10am-2pm- Pratt Park Amphitheatre

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