Kidz Summer Safety Festival

Each year, the Safe Communities Partnership works with Sault Ste. Marie Police Services, Fire Prevention Services and Algoma Public Health to bring awareness to the community about safety and injury prevention through our Kidz Summer Safety Festival.  

The Festival provides the opportunity for families to interact with community agencies to educate them on safety and injury prevention topics before kids begin their Summer breaks. 

The event consists of interactive displays and exhibits featuring various injury prevention activities at no cost to the attendees.  The target audience is families with children age 2 - 13.

2017 Kidz Summer Safety Festival

Our 2017 Kidz Summer Safety Festival has been scheduled for June 25, 2017 at the Roberta Bondar Pavilion. 

Organizations throughout the City will set-up displays, sharing their expertise and offering unique safety messages including Algoma Public Health, Sault Ste. Marie Police Service, John Rhodes, Fire Services, Electric Safety Authority, the YMCA, Sault Search and Rescue, the Ministry of Natural Resources and others. Further, free activities will be offered at the event to attendees including an inflatable park, a fire truck display, rides on Obie the Train, bicycle registration, face painting, a bus display along with many more!!!

Kick off the summer for some safety fun!!

Updated June 6, 2017