Detroit hosting emergency preparedness fair on August 17
Tips for families on safety, health will be offered
The City of Detroit is hosting an emergency preparedness fair to help inform residents about what to do in the event of an emergency.
The free event has demonstrations and attractions, including underwater recovery demos put on by the Detroit Police, DPD’s air support helicopter, K-9 dogs, a mobile safety house and more. Preparedness information offered includes family emergency planning, severe weather safety tips, anit-abduction tactics, stranger danger tactics and asthma education.
For kids, there is face painting, a bouncy house, ice cream, playscape and other games.
The event will be held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Kemeny Recreation Center in southwest Detroit, located at 2260 S. Fort St. Fore more information, please call 313-400-3331.