SPOTSWOOD, NJ - In honor of Fire Prevention Week, the Spotswood Fire Department will be paying a visit to the Spotswood Public Library on Wednesday, October 11 for a special program.. The event will be divided into two sessions.
The preschool program begins at 2 p.m. and is for children from ages three through five while the after school program starts at 3:30 p.m. and is geared toward elementary students. Both programs will discuss age-appropriate fire prevention and safety. A parent or caregiver must be present in the library throughout either presentation.
Registration is required for both programs and can be done online at the Spotswood Public Library's website or by telephoning the library at 732-251-1515.
Fire Prevention Week began in 1992 by the National Fire Protection Association with the goal of educating kids and people to help prevent the loss of lives and property due to fire. The theme of this year's week is "Every Second Counts: Plan Two Ways Out!"