- August 1, 2017
- 4:00 pm
- Field Between Alfys & IGA on N Granite Ave
Come join in with all your local police, fire, and community members to Celebrate National Night Out.
Held annually on the first Tuesday in August
4 – 7 PM
Field between Alfys Pizza and the IGA on N. Granite Avenue
Featuring a bouncy house, Operation Child ID (child ID card), Search and Rescue vehicles, US Forest Service Vehicles and maybe even Smokey the Bear, non-profit vendor tables, free soda and hot dogs-cooked by Master Chef & Fire Chief Jim Haverfield, fire trucks and a fire hose demo for the kids by the Granite Falls Fire Department-getting wet will be optional.
Its a great night to get out with the family, have some fun, and share in the community spirit that brings us all together.
A message from Sheriff Ty Trenary…
“National Night Out is one of my favorite events because on this one night, people from all across Snohomish County – in fact, across the entire country – are meeting and connecting with law enforcement and each other to prevent crime in their neighborhoods. To be effective in our mission to keep ‘Community First,’ the Sheriff’s Office must maintain a strong partnership with communities we serve. Together, we send a message to criminals: we are organized and fighting back against crime and drugs.”