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Kick Off the Kids’ Summer at the Free Safety Fair

Sacramento families can jump-start their children’s summer fun at the neighborhood Kids’ Safety Fair taking place Saturday, June 11, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The free event will be held on the lawn of Bethany Presbyterian Church, 5625 24th Street in Sacramento (corner of Fruitridge Road and 24th Street). Among the free activities offered are a bounce-house, face-painting, crafts, music and helpful information from local family and safety resources. A free hotdog lunch will be served.

A map and directions, plus a downloadable print-friendly flyer, are available.

The safety fair is presented as a community service of Bethany Presbyterian Church volunteers.

Bethany Presbyterian Church is the oldest of the Presbyterian churches in the South Sacramento/Land Park area, drawing participation from as far away as Pocket/Greenhaven, Elk Grove/Laguna, East Sacramento/Rosemont and midtown/downtown Sacramento. The church, which moved from Oak Park to its current site in 1954, will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2014.

For details about the Kids’ Safety Fair and additional summer activities, see the church website or call (916) 428-5281.

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