Green Neighbors Program

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Community Events & Green Events

Dozer Day 2017

Sunday, May 21, 2017, 11:00am - 04:00pm
 
Dozer Day is the ultimate construction experience: putting kids in the driver’s seat to operate dump trucks, dozers and excavators all while educating about building sustainable communities, industry opportunities and public safety.

There is something for everyone with music, food, giveaways, digging for treasures (including real gemstones), pipe and tire crawls, garbage trucks, fire trucks, 
an ambulance and MUCH more!

Young guests receive a FREE official Dozer Day hardhat and will enjoy collecting sponsor stickers for their hat while they get their “dig” on. Also, once admission is paid, all rides are FREE with just a couple activities requiring a donation to participate.

Dozer Day exists to educate and inspire the next generation of construction professionals, however, the fun doesn’t end after the big weekend. Although the Nutter Foundation’s primary contribution is Dozer Day, money raised through the event benefits many children’s charities like schools, sports booster clubs, child enrichment/support services, and other well-deserving non-profits.

Dozer Day Vancouver is ALWAYS the 3rd weekend in May – RAIN OR SHINE! For 2017, it is

Saturday, May 20 and Sunday, May 21 from 11am until 4pm.

Dozer Day is held at the Clark County Fairgrounds at 17402 NE Delfel Rd., Ridgefield, WA 98642, just off of I-5 at Exit 9. Without traffic, it’s 15 minutes from downtown Portland. Please no smoking and no pets at Dozer Day with the exception of service animals.

Admission is $8 for kids/seniors 60+ ($11 the day of the event) and $10 for adults ($13 the day of the event)

Community Event Contact Information

Contact Person: Renee Nutter

Phone Number: 360.608.6746

Email Address: renee@nutterfoundation.org

Location 

Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds 
17402 NE Delfel Road 
Ridgefield, WA 98642