2017 National Night Out celebrations to be held Tuesday, August 1
July 25, 2017
National Night Out (NNO), an annual event to strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships, takes place in Revere next week.
There will be two NNO celebrations held in the city on Tuesday, August 1. One will take place at Curtis Park at the Garfield School (176 Garfield Ave), sponsored by Councilor Ira Novoselsky; it will begin at 5:30 PM. The other will be led at the West Revere School Complex (107 Newhall St.), hosted by the City of Revere and Mayor Brian Arrigo. The event at the West Revere Complex will also begin at 5:30 PM, and will be held in conjunction with the Revere Police Department, Revere Fire Department, Revere Recreation Department, and Department of Public Works.
Both locations will feature entertainment, kids’ activities, a DJ, free hot dogs, and information from the Revere Police and other community groups, including a K9 demonstration. Residents will have the opportunity to meet and interact with police officers and other community leaders. Kids in particular are encouraged to meet officers and learn more about what the Police do in their community.
The West Revere School Complex will be holding a free car seat inspection/fitting station. You will be able to drive up to the car seat fitting station and have your child’s car seat properly fitted and inspected.
“We encourage all residents to come down to National Night Out and meet members of the Revere Police Department,” said Interim Police Chief James Guido. “This event is an opportunity to build relationships between the police and the residents, which makes us all safer.”
More information and resources related to National Night Out can be found at ADT Security's National Night Out website.