Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Safety Festival has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 24. The event was originally scheduled for April but was postponed as a result of the statewide shutdown.
The Safety Festival, now in its 6th year showcases our local First Responders and what they are doing to keep our community safe. COVID-19 has impacted all of us. First Responders and Health Department personnel will be available to answer some of your questions.
“There is so much to do and see…we were thrilled to be there…the turnout was super…a wonderful event for the whole community…we had a fabulous time,” these are just a few of the comments from people who attended last year’s Safety Festival.
The 6th Annual Safety Festival is moving to Tradition Landing for this event. In addition to the demonstrations, touch-a-trucks, vendors, kids zone and other activities this year’s Festival will partner with the Tradition Pumpkin Patch. Up to 2000 pumpkins will be given away. And there will also be a Dance Fit Celebration to benefit the Education Foundation.
The Safety Festival kicks off at 9am and concludes at 2pm. Admission and parking are both free. Attendees will be able to meet our local First Responders including Fire Chief Nate Spera; PSL Police Chief John Bolduc; Ron Parrish, Public Safety Director; Clint Sperber, Health Officer; Wayne Gent, Superintendent of Public Schools and others. And you’ll learn about what they are doing to keep our community safe. News Anchors and reporters from WPBF TV 25 will also be onsite for photos and to answer your questions.
Kids of all ages will be able to climb on and get photos with fire trucks, bulldozers, brush trucks, police cruisers, motorcycles, helicopter and so much more.
The following are agencies planning to participate in the 6th annual Safety Festival. This list is subject to change depending on the pandemic: St. Lucie County Fire District, Port St. Lucie Police Department, Air Methods, St. Lucie Public Schools, St. Lucie County Public Safety, Emergency Management, Environmental Resources, Safer St. Lucie, Fish and Wildlife, Florida Division of Forestry, Florida Department of Health in St. Lucie County, Coast Guard Auxiliary, American Red Cross, Martin Health-Cleveland Clinic, City of Port St. Lucie, St. Lucie County, Blood One, Southern Eagle Distributing, Peter W. Busch Family Foundation, Toyota Center of Stuart, Education Foundation St. Lucie and more.
For vendor or sponsorship information, please call Lisa at (772) 337-0049 or visit slcsafetyfest.com.
The largest safety event on the Treasure Coast returns to First Data Field (home of the Mets), April 27, 2019. The 5th Annual SLC Safety Fest, which was created to showcase our local First Responders is open from 9am to 2pm.
Featured attractions include an action-packed SWAT demonstration, a incredible Jaws of Life demo, a dynamic K-9 demo, an impressive Fire demonstration and more. First Responders will show attendees some of the things they do to keep our community safe. Touch-a-truck, static displays, food court, vendors, free kid’s zone and a variety of safety information will also be available for attendees to enjoy.
Some of the participating agencies include the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office, St. Lucie County Fire District, Port St. Lucie Police Department, Air Rescue, St. Lucie Public Schools, Public Safety, Emergency Management, Marine Safety, Safer St. Lucie, 911, Fish and Wildlife, Division of Forestry, Highway Patrol, Southern Eagle Distributing, Busch Family Foundation, Martin Health Systems, Department of Health, Coast Guard Auxiliary, American Red Cross, One Blood, National Hurricane Center, Animal Control, St. Lucie Kids Safety Coalition and more.
The SLC Safety Festival is free to attend with free parking. For vendor or sponsorship information, please call Lisa at (772) 337-0049 or visit slcsafetyfest.com.
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