13
Jun
2020
Kalispell
Hwy 93 and Rose Crossing
MT
United States of America
 
The Event:
Have you ever wanted to ride a big Dozer?  Well here's your chance!
The Kalispell Rotary Noon and Daybreak Clubs are excited to announce the 2nd annual “Dig Rotary Day” - a fun-filled event the whole community will “dig.” Mark your calendar for June 13, pack up the family, and get ready for a great day! Participants will have the thrill of exploring and getting hands on with heavy construction equipment such as excavators, graders, and bulldozers.
 
 
The Benefit:
Your generosity will have double benefits, as all event proceeds will go to the design and construction of a community splash pad along the new Downtown Kalispell Trail.
 
So what's a splash pad? A splash pad is a recreation area, often in a public park, for water play that has little or no standing water. This is said to eliminate the need for lifeguards or other supervision, as there is little risk of drowning. Typically, there are ground nozzles that spray water upwards out of the splash pad’s rain deck and above ground water features such as a rainbow (semicircular pipe shower), or mushroom or tree-shaped showers.
 
 
The Daybreak and Noon Rotary Clubs of Kalispell intend to work closely with  the City of Kalispell and the residents of Kalispell to design and build a splash pad somewhere along the new proposed Kalispell Trail through downtown.