Boston Police Department District 14 in Brighton will host its 15th annual “Child Safety Day” on Sunday, officials said.
The event will focus on bicycle safety in support of Bay State Bike Week, according to an event flyer. It is scheduled for May 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the district station on Washington Street.
Bike safety tips, along with helmet and bicycle fittings, will be available, the flyer said.
As part of the “Code Blue” child safety identification program run by the Retired Boston Police Officers Association, fingerprinting, photographing and DNA sample collection will also be available, officials said.
Boston EMS will provide child safety seat installation. Boston College Eagle EMS will perform safety demonstrations and the mascots of that college and Boston University will be on site to interact with children, according to the flyer.
Other features planned include a bike rodeo, obstacle course, ice cream, kosher hot dogs, drinks, healthy snacks, a disc jockey, the city police department’s Hoodsie ice cream truck and a moonwalk, organizers said. Prizes, including bikes, helmets, T-shirts and other accessories, will be given away.
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