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The Edmond Fire Department invites the public to come out and enjoy a Winter’s Night at the Children’s Safety Village on Dec. 9 and Dec. 16, 6 to 9 p.m. Admission is free to the public for this event with most activities geared for children 10 and under.
Families will want to make sure to bring a camera to get pictures with Santa Claus on an antique 1929 Fire Truck. Keep your eyes peeled for the Grinch and other notable holiday characters throughout the village!
Guests will be welcomed by free hot chocolate as they enter the village, which has been transformed by festive Christmas lights. From there, children will have an opportunity to build a toy in Santa’s Workshop and ride pedal cars. A sign-up for free smoke alarms will be available and we will be accepting donations to fund the program, but not required. Attendees are encouraged to bring a gift for donation to Integris Children’s Center, a list of items needed can be found at this link.
Coffee slingers will be providing their menu for purchase at this event.
The Children’s Safety Village is located adjacent to Fire Station #5 at 5300 East Covell Road, just east of I-35. The village consists of a complete miniature city including buildings, traffic signals, a park, streets, and vehicles. Regular programs focus on life-safety education where children can learn in a hands-on environment.
For more information about this event or other programming at the Children’s Safety Village please call 405-216-7300 or email FirePrevention@edmondok.gov.