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First Responders Day

October 28, from 10 am to 5 pm

Celebrate First Responders and their commitment to keeping our community safe! Dress up as your favorite first responder and learn more about them in themed programming throughout the day.

First Responders and their immediate family receive free admission all day with proof of employment (Fire fighters, Police & Sheriff, EMT, Nurses).

White House National Proclamation

“On National First Responders Day, we honor the bravery of our Nation’s heroes who put their lives on the line for their fellow Americans each and every day — from law enforcement officers who keep our streets safe and firefighters who rush into burning buildings, to relief workers who care for our families after natural disasters and EMTs, paramedics, and other public health workers who provide life-saving emergency care at a moment’s notice. When tragedies strike, these women and men are always there to help us, and we thank them for their extraordinary service to our country.”

 

First Responders Day

October 28, from 10 am to 5 pm

Celebrate First Responders and their commitment to keeping our community safe! Dress up as your favorite first responder and learn more about them in themed programming throughout the day.

First Responders and their immediate family receive free admission all day with proof of employment (Fire fighters, Police & Sheriff, EMT, Nurses).

White House National Proclamation

“On National First Responders Day, we honor the bravery of our Nation’s heroes who put their lives on the line for their fellow Americans each and every day — from law enforcement officers who keep our streets safe and firefighters who rush into burning buildings, to relief workers who care for our families after natural disasters and EMTs, paramedics, and other public health workers who provide life-saving emergency care at a moment’s notice. When tragedies strike, these women and men are always there to help us, and we thank them for their extraordinary service to our country.”