Labor Day Parade Information
All summer participants and volunteers are welcome to join Naperville Safety Town Commission in the Labor Day Parade
The parade will be held on Monday, September 3rd at 10AM. All parade participants must arrive at 9:30AM to line up. The line-up location is on Spring Avenue just west of Mill Street.
Children should wear their Safety Town T-Shirts and provide their own vehicle (non-motorized) and be accompanied by a parent. Children may also walk or be pushed in their wagon by a parent.
Questions? Email email@example.com
Women’s Self Defense Classes
In partnership with the Naperville Police Department and One Light Self Defense will be offering a Self-Defense class on October 9, 2018 from 6-9pm for FREE.
Space is limited.
While workshops are free, participants have the opportunity to make a donation to help support One Light’s mission of preparing people to avoid, face, or heal from physical violence.
100% of donations go to victims of domestic violence, human trafficking, rape, molestation, or incest.
Public Safety Open House
September 29, 2018 from 10-2pm
Recommended Ages: all
Each year, the Naperville Police and Fire Departments “Partner for Prevention” in recognition of Public Safety Month. This must-see, all-ages event is held annually on Naperville’s Public Safety Campus, 1380 Aurora Ave.
Trick or Treat at Safety Town
October 27, 2018 from 10-2pm
Recommended Ages: 3-12
The Naperville Junior Woman’s Club will teach a safety lesson on trick or treating safely and the kids will be able to practice safe trick or treating on the town. Costumes are encouraged and please bring a bag or bucket to collect all of your goodies!
Cost is $1 donation/child and a non-perishable food item (to be donated to Loaves and Fishes). We also collect spare change for Families Helping Families.
Safety Town Commission
Laurah Georgi – President
Heather Queen – Vice President
Christina Brady – Treasurer
Diane Whyte – Secretary
Laurah Georgi/Heather Queen – Facilities
Jennifer Byers – Fundraiser Events Chair