Wheat Ridge police celebrate 3rd annual children’s day
Wheat Ridge, CO — The Wheat Ridge Police Department is proud to once again sponsor the 3rd annual Children’s Day on Saturday, April 27th at Wheat Ridge 5-8 School. The family friendly event is a great way for parents and children to meet members of our police department in a fun environment. Children’s Day includes a child safety fair as well as a car seat check-up event.
“We at the Police Department relish opportunities like these to be involved with the families in our community” says Police Chief Dan Brennan, “Kids and parents alike can learn so much from events like Children’s Day and have a great time doing it.”
In addition to free bike inspections, child id kits and car seat check-ups, this year’s Child Safety Fair includes a bike rodeo for all kids, face painting, jumping castles, a miniature fire truck and an appearance by Cheezo, the Internet Safety Program’s mascot. A Flight for Life helicopter will also make a landing at noon. Replacement car seats will be available for a donation. Parents just need to be sure to have both your child and your vehicle with you.
Spanish interpreters will be on hand all day to assist with any parents who need additional help translating.
- What: 3rd annual Children’s Day with child safety fair and car seat check-up
- When: Saturday, April 27th from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
- Where: Wheat Ridge 5-8 School
7101 W. 38th Ave.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
For more information on Children’s Day please contact Officer Betsy Sailor at (303) 235-2910.