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SLC Safety Festival Returns – April 27, 2019

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.

St. Lucie County Safety Festival K9 Demo

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.

PSL Swat Demo

Planning underway for St. Lucie County Safety Festival

The third annual St. Lucie County Safety Festival will be held at Tradition Field on Saturday, April 29. It will include live dramatic safety demonstrations and safety related information from local first responders and more.

The demonstrations will include the Port St. Lucie Police SWAT team, the Florida Fire Marshall’s burn trailer, St. Lucie County Fire Districts Jaws of Life, St. Lucie County Sheriff’s K-9 Unit and more. The event will provide attendees information on home, water, auto, child, hurricane, ID safety and more.

Last year more than 10,000 attended the event. If your business, food truck or other organization would like to participate in this multi-agency event, visit www.slcsafetyfest.com.

The event will bring together organizations and agencies from throughout St. Lucie County to provide valuable safety information that affects everyone.

Some of the participating organizations include St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office, St. Lucie County Fire District, Port St. Lucie Police, Emergency Management Services, St. Lucie Kids Safety Coalition, St. Lucie Public Schools, Division of Forestry, Coast Guard Auxillary, Blood One, Treasure Coast Toyota, Southern Eagle Distributing, Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County, Parenting Academy, Fish & Wildlife Commission, SLC Reading Program, Real Stone & Granite, Seacoast Bank, SLC Education Foundation and many others.

There will also be a kids’ zone with free bounce houses, food/drink, vendors and free tickets to the St. Lucie Mets baseball game at 6:30 p.m. Find out how to keep your family safe from the people who know.

 The third annual SLC Safety Festival is free to attend with free parking. For vendor or sponsorship information, visit slcsafetyfest.com or call Lisa at 772-337-0049.
Demonstrations

2016 SLC Safety Festival

The 2016 Safety Festival returns to Tradition Field (home of the Mets) on Saturday, April 23.  It will be an excited day filled with displays, demonstrations and valuable safety information.

Kids and adults, too, are able to interact with St. Lucie County First Responders.  Check out the fire trucks, police cruisers and other emergency vehicles.  Watch the thrilling Port St. Lucie Police SWAT Team demonstration, Florida Fire Marshall’s burn demonstration and more.  Learn about school bus safety and what the St. Lucie County Schools are doing to keep our children safe.

If your business, food truck or other organization would like to participate in this multi-agency event, please visit www.slcsafetyfest.com.  The event will bring together organizations and agencies from throughout St. Lucie County to provide valuable safety information that affects everyone.

Displays will include helicopters, armored personnel carriers, fire trucks, K-9 units, patrol cars, motorcycles and more.  Free safety information will be available on hurricane, fire, swimming, bikes, pedestrian, household safety and more.

There will also be a kid’s zone, arts and crafts, food/drink, vendors and a Mets baseball game at 6:30pm.  Find out how to keep your family safe from the people who know.

The 2016 SLC Safety Festival is free to attend with free parking.  For vendor or sponsorship information, please call Lisa at (772) 337-0049.