The Optimist Club will hold its fourth annual bike safety fair in Bellevue, Washington on Sunday, June 14, from 2 to 6 p.m. at Lake Hills Elementary School. The fair, which is held for children in grades K-5, is aimed at improving bike safety
for kids across Washington State and preventing biking accidents, biking injuries, and biking fatalities.
The free safety fair will include a bicycle obstacle course, bike inspections, helmet inspections,
bike tune-ups, free bike helmets for children in need, bike safety tip sheets, face painting, prizes, crafts, and goodie bags. In addition, Bellevue Police will help families with official helmet fittings while the Washington State Department of Transportation will host an information booth on bike safety and pedestrian safety
. PedBuzz, the pedestrian safety mascot, will also be buzzing around the event.
Those attending the bike safety
fair are encouraged to bring non-perishable food as part of a food drive.
Category: Bicycle and Pedestrian Accidents
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