AFTER EVENT UPDATE:
Three hundred Santa Fe Hills neighbors came together at Quail Valley park to meet one another, meet members of CAL FIRE, Escondido Police Department K9 Unit, the Compound MMA self defense experts and CPR experts. We also enjoyed free food from Station Pizza, O’s American Kitchen, Gaslamp Popcorn and more. Activities included a K9 police unit, self defense, CPR, animal balloons, face painting, bouncy house, cornhole, playground…. What a SUPER FUN night in the company fellow friends and neighbors. This entire event was home grown and made possible by each and every one of you. Thank you to the volunteers and to everyone who participated!
Santa Fe Hills National Night Out was recognised in the Union Tribune!
ORIGINAL EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT:
The Santa Fe Hills-exclusive National Night Out is a community building event designed to kick off an ongoing community effort to heighten crime prevention awareness, generate support for local anticrime programs, strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships, and send a message to criminals letting them know that Santa Fe Hills is organized and fighting back.
WHEN: Tuesday, August 5, from 6:00-8:00PM.
WHERE: To find out where this event is being held and to RSVP, you must join Santa Fe Hills on Nextdoor.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
- Police, Fire & Safety – Police Units, a Fire truck and Chief’s vehicle, First Aid and CPR demonstrations (and sign up for training classes), 3 different UFC fighters demonstrating self-defense techniques (and sign-up for training classes), home security professionals… AND… a special surprise you won’t want to miss!
- Events for Kids – Kid’s soccer skill zone, face painting, bouncy house, games, kids finger printing, NNO safety coloring books, NNO badges.
- Food & Drink: Water, sodas, natural energy drink, two 28-inch Pizza’s from Station Pizza, kettle corn and various snacks from neighbors.
PARKING: Once you learn where the event is being held (on Santa Fe Hills on Nextdoor), please consider walking to the event or parking a block away. Several police and fire vehicles will be attending the event and will need easy access.