10th Annual Bike Safety Day at Kaleideum Downtown


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Kaleideum Downtown is hosting Safe Kids Day 2017 and the 10th Annual Bike Safety Day on Saturday, May 13. The free outdoor event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Safe Kids Day 2017 is a nationwide initiative to bring awareness about preventable injuries, the No. 1 killer of kids in the United States.

Safe Kids Northwest Piedmont, Brenner Children's Hospital and partners will provide hands-on education to promote child injury prevention and motivate families in the community to join us in keeping kids safe. Learn about water, child passenger, home, fire and pedestrian safety.

This event is in conjunction with the 10th Annual Bike Safety Day, a family-friendly event geared toward educating children about the importance of bicycle safety and wearing a properly fitted helmet.

Bring your bike and helmet to the outdoor bicycle rodeo led by the Winston-Salem Police Department's Downtown Bike Patrol Unit.

Museum admission is not included. For more information, visit kaleideum.org.

Source: Kaleideum Downtown


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