The Golden Valley Fire District’s Classic Car Show is Saturday at 10am at Public Safety Training Center, 423 Colorado Road.
Join us for an exciting day of fun and safety at the Golden Valley Fire District’s Community Risk Reduction and Classic Car Show!
Date: October 7th
Time: 10:00 am
Location: 423 S. Colorado Rd Golden Valley
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn crucial fire prevention and protentional life saving techniques. Meet your local fire fighters and see the most beautiful vintage cars in the area. Actively participate in community risk reduction efforts.
Here’s what you can expect:
Fire Safety Demos: Witness live demonstrations by our skilled firefighters, showcasing essential safety techniques to prevent fires and protect your loved ones. Witness how we use the “Jaws of Life” to extricate injured victims from a motor vehicle collision.
Classic Car Showcase: Admire the timeless beauty of classic cars on display, brought to you by passionate car enthusiasts from our community. Get a glimpse of automotive history while supporting community risk reduction initiatives.
Family-Friendly Activities: Enjoy a, Bounce house, and exciting activities for children of all ages. It’s a perfect opportunity to bond with your loved ones while learning about fire safety and community risk reduction.
Expert Advice: Our dedicated firefighters will be available to answer your questions, provide valuable fire safety tips, and guide you on emergency preparedness measures. Topics include CPR. Stop the bleed, water safety, wildland preparedness, smoke alarms, fire extinguishers training and kitchen fires.
Food and Refreshments: Indulge in delicious food and refreshments available throughout the event. Fuel up while you enjoy the event, support community risk reduction, and appreciate the classic cars.
Raffles and Prizes: Enter our raffles for a chance to win fantastic prizes, generously donated by local businesses and organizations. By participating, you’re actively supporting community risk reduction initiatives.
Community Unity: Connect with fellow community members, local organizations, and emergency responders. Together, we can build a safer, more resilient community through community risk reduction efforts.
Spread the word, bring your family and friends, and let’s make this a memorable event for everyone! Your active participation in community risk reduction is vital.