The event will be held Saturday, Sept. 22, from 1 to 5 p.m. Participants will learn about drug and alcohol awareness; health, wellness and safety; healthy snacks; hypothermia and diabetes.
The public will also have an opportunity to tour emergency vehicles and receive fingerprinting kits.
Games and activities include a visit from Mickie the Clown; bean bag and ring toss; fishing game; jumping tent; train rides; baseball pitching game; face painting/tattoos and a duck pond.
Hot dogs, balloons and prizes will be offered.
Free will donations will be accepted and used toward matching grant funds. The proceeds will benefit Clay County Emergency Services, DARE and Child Protection.