Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 10th for the annual National Night Out event. It is also Fire Prevention Week. This year we are partnering with the Southlake Rotary Club who will announce the Firefighter of the Year at this years celebration! Parents and kids will be treated to a great time!
This year we’ve added a few new things for kids. We’ll have a petting zoo, clown, lots of fun give-aways, real Police Officers and Firefighters along with your kids favorite super heroes and much more! Plus, the kids will get to climb into real fire trucks and police vehicles and sit atop a real police motorcycle. It’s the highlight of the night for lots of kiddos.
The evening is always lots of fun for the whole family! It’s not only a fun time but kids and their moms and dads will take home some important safety information and public education materials. It will be a night to remember so you will want to be sure to arrive on time. The event starts at 5:00 p.m. and will end at 8:00 p.m. So don’t be late! You will have a great time and your kids will leave with memories that will last for years to come!
Entertainment will include Hall Music Productions and Dana’s Studio of Dance, Other local businesses participating will be Rita’s Italian Ice, The Owl’s Nest, Jersey Mike’s Sub Joe’s Pizza and Dickey’s BBQ.
This event would not have been possible without our sponsorships from our community partners. The Rotary Club of Southlake would like to thank Stacy Furniture who are our Chief Sponsors for the event. Our Captain Sponsors are Providence Bank of Texas, Freedom Power Sports and Complete Care. Other local sponsors include Monroe & Monroe, Providential Realty Partners, Juli Bledsoe, Realtor, Century 21 Mike Bowman, Inc., Unified Services of Texas, Inc. and many others. Donations from our local sponsors will help fund scholarships for the children of local public service workers. Last year’s event allowed the Southlake Rotary club to award $3000 in college scholarships to our DPS families.
Take a look at the flyer below and if you have any questions please call our Community Initiatives Team of Valerie Snyder or Renni Burt.