Community Safety Fun Fest

Community Safety Fun Fest

Saturday, June 1
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (rain or shine)
Real Canadian Superstore
411 Louth St. (East side of the parking lot facing Louth Street).

Free admission
Free lunch - starting at 11:30 a.m.

Great people and great prizes

St. Catharines Fire Services, Thorold Fire and Emergency Services and the Real Canadian Superstore invite the community to spring into fire safety at the Community Safety Fun Fest. The free event offers a chance for families to meet firefighters for a day of fun and learn about the important roles of other community organizations, including:
  • Canadian Red Cross
  • Alectra Utilities
  • Enbridge
  • Red Cross
  • Canadian Tire
  • RCMP
  • and many more

Visitors can have their passports stamped at each booth and activitiy. Completed passports can be entered into a draw for a variety of prizes donated by the participating agencies and community businesses.

Don't miss is the Fire Safety Trailer where families can learn about the different types of hazards in the home, how to develop a home escape plan, and even practice escaping from a simulated fire.


 It wouldn't be a fun fest without the fun and the day features loads of activities everyone to enjoy. Other activities include:
  • Face painting
  • Balloon animals
  • Inflatable rides
  • Games, such as target shooting with a fire hose
  • Draws
  • Live entertainment
  • Sparky
  • Touch-a-truck with fire trucks, police cars and other heavy-duty vehicles
  • Dunk tank
  • Kids combat challenge obstacle course
  • And more

 Additional information

With all these activities your sure to work up an appetite, and Enbridge Gas along with the Superstore will be serving up a free barbecue to visitors starting at 11:30 a.m.

Although this is a free family event, donations to Community Care will be generously accepted.

 Get involved

Community organizations can be a part of the annual Commuity Safety Fun Fest. Call 905.688.5601 ext. 4224 for more information.
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