Children at the first-ever Vehicle Night in Hamilton-Wenham nearly two decades are now in college – or beyond.
The popular event returns on Wednesday night, July 29, for the 17th annual edition.
It will run from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the parking lot at Hamilton-Wenham Public Library on Union Street in Hamilton.
Vehicle night will include fire engines, emergency trucks, police cruisers and snow
plows from the fire, police and public works departments of Hamilton and Wenham plus vehicles from Dodge Tree Service, Lyons Ambulance and the Mix 104.1 ice cream truck. The forecast calls for a sunny afternoon with temperatures in the 80s. If there is rain, it will not be rescheduled.
Also appearing at Vehicle Night will be K-9 working dogs Haven and Roscoe, which both use their strong sense of smell to work for the Department of Homeland Security.