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2nd Annual FREE Kids’ Fair Happens June 23

Summer is a traditionally a time of fun for children – yet can also be a time for accidents. To help families approach summer in "safe style," South Sacramento nonprofit groups and businesses are teaming up to present the second annual free Kids’ Safety and Health Fair Saturday, June 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bethany Presbyterian Church, 5625-24th Street, Sacramento (off Fruitridge Road between Freeport Boulevard and Highway 99).

In addition to a free BBQ hotdog lunch, there will be face-painting, karaoke, a magician, music and a children’s bounce-house.

Among the participating groups are the California Highway Patrol, Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento City Fire Department, Sacramento County Children’s Health Initiative, Wal-Mart and others.

There is no charge to attend. All activities and materials are free!

Last year’s Kids’ Fair attracted several hundred families.

For information, call (916) 428-5281 or e-mail cathy.bethpres@yahoo.com.

The Kids Safety Fair is presented by volunteers of Bethany Presbyterian Church and Vietnamese Grace Community Church, both of which are multi-ethnic congregations.

A downloadable flyer in English and Spanish, as well as a map, are available online.

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.

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