(Cleveland, OH) - Officials within the City of Westlake are inviting all to come out to meet residents, as well as local law enforcement during their National Night Out event campaign this fall to create stronger community bonds. The Westlake Police Department is partnering with Crocker Park to host this fun and free event on Tuesday, October 5 from 5pm-8pm.
National Night Out is an annual event looking to bring communities and families together to build safer and stronger neighborhoods through an interactive and fun evening.
This free event spread out through Market Square and Main Street will include K9 demonstrations, vendors, activities, meet & greets with the Westlake Police Auxiliary, Westlake Fire Truck and Ambulance, the Bomb Squad, City of Westlake Community Services, Dog Walker Watch and live music.
The Westlake Police Department’s National Night Out will take place Tuesday, October 5 from 5pm-8pm. The event’s activities, vendors and attractions will be held in Market Square at 239 Market St., as well as down Main Street from Lululemon to World Market. This event is free and open to the public; however, registration is required. Click here to learn more and register.
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