LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Imagination Station gave kids a hands on look of some of the areas biggest and most recognizable vehicles.
More than 20 different types of vehicles stopped by the Museum Saturday for Hands on Trucks.
Some of the vehicles on display included a fire truck, a dump truck and the Lafayette Police Department's new SWAT trucks.
Imagination Station Board President Brian Bettag said they want this event to spark a child's interest and encourage them to dream big.
"We've got problems to solve in the world and we adults are getting older. It's up to future generations to solve those problems. If we can kind of spur something and get them excited about something, maybe that kind of person can solve cancer," said Bettag.
Proceeds from Saturday's event will go towards replacing the roof of Imagination Station.
Bettag said they are looking to raise $30,000 for the new roof.
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