It's hard to find things to do for the weekend, especially with things slowly but surely going back to normal. The first annual Free Kids' Health & Safety Expo is a chance for you to get out of the house while letting the kids have some fun.

This Sunday, August 8th at 1010 s. Fair Ave in Yakima across from the Sundome Parking lot. Admission is Free for all and you'll get to have a chance at some giveaways while finding resources from members in your very own community.

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Children between the ages of five and sixteen get to have fun getting their faces painted, play games, and doing activities that will help with physical, mental, and spiritual health. They'll also be learning more about fire, the internet, bike, and street safety.

They will also have people to help you with local resources for you and your family regarding health care, Yakima Fire and Police department. With on-site officials including Officers, Fire Fighters, Healthcare providers and, more. Give yourself and your kids a chance to get out on a Sunday, make memories as a family, and have a little fun while also taking advantage of community help all in one place.

All of it is made possible with partners from

  • Community Health Plan Of Washington

  • Comprehensive Mental Health

  • OIC Of Washing

  • Yakima Police Department

  • Triumph Treatment Center

  • Health Care Professionals

  • Advance Life System

You can get even more details and join the event on their Facebook page, which you can find by clicking right HERE. 

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