Hey New York parents! Summer is officially here, and you may be on the lookout for some fun places to take the kids. If you’re hoping to get out of the heat, then it’s definitely time to check out the Jewish Children’s Museum in the heart of Brooklyn, which is celebrating its fourth year of Summer Safety exhibits with an all new “Kids to the Rescue!”
This brand new exhibit will give children the opportunity to become acquainted with first responder emergencies, vehicles, and equipment. Climb aboard life size emergency vehicles for imaginative play, drive to the emergency scene, put out “fires” with a giant wind hose, learn to recognize the uses for medical equipment, and much more. Children will also learn to be prepared for any emergency with interactive dispatcher phones, CPR “Annie” and “Stop, Drop and Roll” drills.
The exhibit will also feature scheduled guest visits from real-life NYPD police, FDNY fire-fighters, OEM disaster responders, and many more.
To help kick off a safe summer, we’re giving away a “safety package” (smoke alarm, first aid kit, and a copy of “The Bravest Fireman”) as well as a family pack of five tickets to The Jewish Museum (a $100 value).
To enter, fill out the form below, and we’ll pick a random winner next Tuesday, July 5. For more information and to purchase tickets for the Jewish Museum, check out www.JCM.museum or call (718) 907-8833.