Summer Safety Festival is May 30
PORT ST. LUCIE — Saturday, May 30 is the date of the first Summer Safety Festival at Tradition Field. The event will bring together organizations and agencies from throughout St. Lucie County to provide valuable safety information that affects everyone.
Participating agencies include: St. Lucie County Sheriff, St. Lucie County Fire Department, St. Lucie County School Board, Emergency Management Services, St. Lucie Safety Coalition, Big Red Bus, Florida Fire Marshall, Boys and Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County, United Veterans, We Leap, Inc. and St. Lucie Mets.
The Law Offices of Lauri Goldstein is the title sponsor for this event that features all things safety related. Displays will include the Sheriff’s helicopter and emergency vehicles; Fire Department’s air rescue helicopter, safety trailer and emergency vehicles; finger printing, child IDs, car seat inspections and instructions; hurricane safety, fire prevention, barbecue grill safety, fireworks safety, drowning prevention, bicycle safety, pedestrian safety; K-9 demonstration; Don’t Text and Drive pledge cards; Florida Fire Marshalls Association burn room trailer that demonstrates the time a room and contents will be consumed by fire; blood donations and more.
In addition, there will be a barbecue competition sponsored by Amerigas; kids’ zone with bounce houses, face painting and more; arts and crafts; green market; food and drink vendors with up to 150 vendors; Mets baseball at 6:30 p.m. with a K-9 demonstration on the field before the game; meet the WPBF News personalities, four radio stations will be on site playing music and more.
This is a great event to attend! Find out how to keep your family safe from the people who know. It will be fun and informative.
The Summer Safety Festival is free to attend with free parking. For vendor or sponsorship information, please call Lisa at 772-337-0049.