Spring Into Safety Kids Day is an annual community event that focuses on safety, education, injury prevention and fun. Spring Into Safety is hosted by Kalispell Regional Healthcare’s Injury Prevention Team.
The event is free and open to the whole family.
Spring Into Safety Kids Day
Saturday, May 12, 2018
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Trade Center at Northwest Montana Fairgrounds
265 North Meridian Road
Kalispell, MT 59901
What happens at Spring Into Safety Kids Day?
Organizers will give away more than 1,000 bicycle helmets, courtesy of Flathead Electric's Roundup for Safety program. Remember to bring your bikes from home for a maintenance check and to try out the road safety course hosted by Montana Highway Patrol. Flathead County will be providing free car seat safety checks. There also will be kids' games, a bouncy house, face painting and other fun activities for the family. Enjoy a snack from one of the local food trucks.
Another highlight of the event is the presence of the A.L.E.R.T. and Two Bear Air helicopters and crews, as well as local police, fire, emergency services, and search and rescue. You can take photos with the crew members, sit inside these cool rigs and learn what the professional safety leaders do in our community.
Spring Into Safety Photo Gallery
What if it rains?
Rain or shine, we’ll be there! Most of our activities are indoors, including the road safety course. Food trucks, equestrian demonstrations and all the emergency services vehicles will be outdoors. Be sure to dress appropriately for the conditions.
What does it cost?
Nothing. There is no cost to attend this event, and thanks to our wonderful exhibitors and supporters we hope to keep this event cost-free. However, you are welcome to make a donation via the Kalispell Regional Healthcare Foundation
to help support this annual event.
We will be giving away prizes throughout the day courtesy of Kalispell Regional Healthcare. Make sure to register for the free prize drawings and then listen for your name to be drawn. Must be present to win and pick out your prize.
More than 30 community programs will be on hand to showcase what they do for local kids and families.
For more information about the Spring Into Safety Kids Day, contact Injury Prevention Coordinator Dan Daub at (406) 751-5727