Save the Date!
6th Annual National Night Out
August 4, 2015
Milton Municipal Complex, Bombardier Rd.
What is National Night Out?
National Night Out is an opportunity for community members of all ages to come together to strengthen neighborhood spirit, support local crime prevention, build police-community partnerships and just have fun! This is a national event happening in communities like ours every year.
What Does the Evening Include?
Milton’s National Night Out has table exhibits from a numerous organizations, interactive safety demonstrations, food from Cotton Candy Connection, live music, children’s games, K-9 Demonstration and more!
Past Exhibitors Have Included:
Healthy Community Design Task Force
Local Motion Bike Helmet Safety
Milton Community Youth Coalition
Milton Family Community Center
Milton Fire/Rescue Department
Milton Police Department
Prevent Child Abuse of Vermont
Town of Milton Recreation Department
Vermont Federal Credit Union
Women Helping Battered Women/Safe at Work
Past Games & Activities Included:
Dunk Tank: Dunk your Police Chief, local police officer, Fire Chief, and other community members!
“Bessie the Cow”
Hot air balloon rides (tethered)!!!!
Watch a Helicopter landing/take off with Mansfield Heliflight
Touch a Truck
Local Motion Bike Helmet Decorating
Milton Police Department Bike Registration (help the police find your bike in the event it is ever stolen!)
Past Safety Demonstrations Included:
Distracted Driving Demo: Attempt to drive a golf cart through an obstacle course while trying to text!
Speed Cost Activity: What’s the real cost of speeding?
(TBD) Meet “Hatchi” – Milton’s new police dog (currently a very cute puppy).
Who Sponsors National Night Out?
NNO is sponsored by the Town of Milton’s Police Department, Fire/Rescue Department, Public Works, and Recreation Department, New Life Christian Fellowship, Milton Community Youth Coalition (MCYC), local Milton businesses, clubs, parents and families.
I Can’t Make It. How Can I Show My Support for Local Crime Prevention?
We’re sorry we won’t see you but there is something you can do to show your support. After the event, from 9pm to 11pm, we ask that you turn on your porch light to show Milton’s solidarity in preventing crime!