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Kids Night at St Ann Carnival to be Held August 22nd

The Bristol Borough Police Department in partnership with Bristol Environmental will sponsor Kids “Night at the Carnival on August 22 at St Ann’s Church.  A rain date if needed is scheduled for the next day, August 23rd.

Bristol Borough children age 12 and below will be provided with free rides all night long pizza, hot dogs and soda between 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

Families can pick up forms and tickets beginning Monday August 7th at the Bristol Bristol Borough Police Headquarters, 250 Pond Street anytime between 8:30 to 4:30 pm with proof of residency. The last day for forms to be returned and to pick up tickets is August 18.

Bristol Borough Police officer Ashley Beck giving one of the hundreds of free ride bracelets on “Kids Night”
Credit: Lower Bucks Source

Last year more than 565 Boro children received tickets and attended, officials said,  making it the biggest “Kids Night at the Carnival” ever, thanks to the DeCaro family.

In a related item, September 10th from 8am to 10am is the next Fishing with Cops event. More details and how to sign up will  be announced at next Monday nights Council meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

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Kids Night at St Ann Carnival to be Held August 22nd

The Bristol Borough Police Department in partnership with Bristol Environmental will sponsor Kids “Night at the Carnival on August 22 at St Ann’s Church.  A rain date if needed is scheduled for the next day, August 23rd.

Bristol Borough children age 12 and below will be provided with free rides all night long pizza, hot dogs and soda between 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

Families can pick up forms and tickets beginning Monday August 7th at the Bristol Bristol Borough Police Headquarters, 250 Pond Street anytime between 8:30 to 4:30 pm with proof of residency. The last day for forms to be returned and to pick up tickets is August 18.

Bristol Borough Police officer Ashley Beck giving one of the hundreds of free ride bracelets on “Kids Night”
Credit: Lower Bucks Source

Last year more than 565 Boro children received tickets and attended, officials said,  making it the biggest “Kids Night at the Carnival” ever, thanks to the DeCaro family.

In a related item, September 10th from 8am to 10am is the next Fishing with Cops event. More details and how to sign up will  be announced at next Monday nights Council meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

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