Kubota Machine Adventures launching this summer at Crayola Experience

This summer, kids will have the chance to explore creative machine play when Crayola Experience joins Kubota Tractor Corporation in a takeover event at the Easton attraction.

Kubota Machine Adventures will take place at all five national Crayola Experience locations in Easton from August 2 through September 12. In the program, participants will have the chance to enjoy hands-on family attractions; a special edition Kubota coloring and activity book; classroom activities and educational content; and DIY at home.

At the Crayola Experience, there will be more than 20 activities featuring Texas-based Kubota’s iconic orange gear, including excavators, tractors, mowers and RTVs, in the fictional town of “Crayonville.” The overall message will be that the human power of creativity and the machine power of Kubota equipment can together drive innovation to build better and stronger communities, Crayola representatives said.

Kuboto’s coloring and activity book will feature scenes of Crayola characters using Kubota equipment to prepare “Crayonville” for a festival in a big city. The 48-page book is available for purchase at participating dealers within Kubota’s network of more than 1,100 national dealers and at the Crayola Store at Crayola Experience locations.

At home, kids can visit www.CrayolaExperience.com/Kubota to download free Kubota-themed craft activities and Takeover event information. They can also visit free downloadable Crayola coloring pages here. In the classroom, educators across the country will have access to resources developed by Crayola Education and Kubota to inspire students to think about ways to add their voice to community improvement plans.

Kubota dealers also plan to engage with area schools, libraries and community centers, discussing how machines and people can do more together for their community.

Young artists can also use their talents in the second annual Kubota Country Kids Coloring Contest for a chance to showcase their artwork and win a $200 Kubota gift card. Participants ages 12 and under can submit an original drawing of Kubota equipment at work in their community or color in a downloadable model at www.KubotaCountryKids.com. The competition runs from May 17 to December 31.

KubotaCountryKids.com is a new online experience where adults can engage with children through activities and projects around their property and in their communities. It plans to launch in June with even more Kubota content.

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Pamela Sroka-Holzmann can be contacted at [email protected].

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