The As They Grow Kids' Consignment Sale of Las Vegas will be hosting a Safety Fair featuring free car seat safety checks with Safe Kids Clark County. The Safety Fair will also feature 911 awareness and stranger danger with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, fire safety with Las Vegas Fire and Rescue and safety awareness with AMR ambulance. Kids will have the opportunity to greet uniformed safety professionals and see their emergency response vehicles.Free fingerprinting kids will also be given out.
The event is free and open to the public. Hours are 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. with car seat checks between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The Safety Fair will be located in the parking lot in front of the As They Grow sale at 4600 Meadows Lane at 95 & Decatur, in the Toys-R-Us plaza.
Started by three local moms, ATG is Southern Nevada's largest and fastest-growing kids' consignment sale.
Please visit www.astheygrowlv.com for more information.
When: Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010
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Where: 4600 Meadows Ln. @ 95 & Decatur
Age limit: All ages
Event posted Sept. 7, 2010
Last updated Sept. 7, 2010
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