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CANCELLED! Bikes, Trikes And Automobiles...Slope Safety Day


THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO RAIN... 


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Get ready for summer, and keep your little ones safe in the sunshine! Two wheels?
Four wheels? Or your own two feet? We’ve got you covered!

Come to SLOPE SAFETY DAY outside The Old Stone House on Saturday, May 19th from 11:00am - 3:00pm for fun activities, bike-riding lessons, car seat fittings and music by Suzi Shelton!

??For the babies, the DOT is coming to teach you how to install your car seat safely. More slots for car seat installation coming soon! 

?? For the older ones, Bike New York is giving two free group lessons from 11AM - 12:30PM and 1:30PM -3PM for kids who are ready to ditch their training wheels. BRING YOUR OWN BIKE & HELMET. 

To register for the bike lessons, click here, scroll down to May 19th, and choose one of two slots for LEARN TO RIDE: KIDS Slope Safety Day. Please note: Bike NY must collect personal information for registration/safety purposes only. This information is not shared and you can opt out of their mailing list. 

??For everyone, Suzi Shelton and her wonderful band will be performing just outside the Old Stone House.

??The NYPD Crime Prevention Team will be on hand to register bikes - making them harder to steal and easier to track*.

??The amazing students from the Vision Zero Youth Council will be providing tips on street safety.

?????? And... PSP will be painting faces and blowing bubbles - as we?to do!





*Bicycle Registration Program discourages theft of bicycles by engraving a serial number on the bike in a discreet location and affixing a decal to the bicycle identifying it as registered with the NYPD. If the decal fails to prevent theft, removal of the decal leaves behind the word "void" which alerts police that the bicycle has been stolen. Police are then able to track down the owner through the engraved serial number.

When:
Saturday, May 19, 2018, 11:00 AM until 3:00 PM
Where:
4th Street between 5th and 4th Avenues
Brooklyn, NY  11215
Contact:
PSP Events Coordinator
Category:
General Parenting Event
Registration is not Required