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Date:
October 15, 2019
Time:
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Time Details:
5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Location:
Collins Community Center
Address:
3900 NE 3 Avenue
Oakland Park, FL 33334
Contact:
954-202-3131
Cost:
The is a free event courtesy of the Broward Sheriff's Office and our sponsors
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'Bicycle Rodeo' & 'On the Block' Hosted by the BSO/Oakland Park District

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

This BSO “Bicycle Rodeo” and “On Your Block” event, always popular with youngsters and families, features free bicycle helmets and a bike rodeo for children, as well as free school supplies and entertainment. Sponsors and volunteers provide refreshments to attendees. This year’s On Your Block event takes place Tuesday, October 15 at Collins Community Center (3900 NE Third Avenue) from 5 to 8 p.m.

BSO with children
This BSO “Bicycle Rodeo” and “On Your Block” event, always popular with youngsters and families, features free bicycle helmets and a bike rodeo for children, as well as free school supplies and entertainment. Sponsors and volunteers provide refreshments to attendees.

This year’s On Your Block event takes place Tuesday, October 15 at Collins Community Center (3900 NE Third Avenue) from 5 to 8 p.m.

There will be ample opportunities for interaction and photos with emergency responders, including the BSO/Oakland Park District bloodhound, marine vehicles, the DUI and Bomb units, and Oakland Park Fire Rescue apparatus.

BSO/Oakland Park District Chief Al Hubrig recognizes the Bicycle Rodeo sponsors for their support, including Sal’s Towing, RBX (Recycle Bicycle Exchange) and the City’s Parks and Leisure Services Department.

“We have developed this event to ensure the safety of our children by providing instruction and equipment to allow them to safely ride bicycles in our beautiful City,” says Chief Hubrig. “Our sponsors continue to participate by donating school supplies and refreshments.”

Chief Hubrig outlined other goals for this free community event:
• Encourage dog walkers to “keep an eye on crime” in your neighborhood.
• Generate support for participation in local anti-crime programs.
• Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships.

To learn more, please call the BSO/Oakland Park District at 954-202-3131.