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Family fun day event combines with annual trading day, ‘SafetyFest’ 

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PASOSafe joins together with main street association to present a day of fun and learning

– Downtown Paso Robles Main Street Association and PASOSafe have organized a family fun day of vintage market, activities, and active safety learning experiences to be held in Downtown City Park on Saturday, Aug. 20 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Presented by the main street association, the popular annual Trading Day Vintage Market brings together collectors, dealers, and crafters, for the North County’s vintage market. The event includes vintage, craft, and new items, plus a kids’ flea market. Proceeds support the main street association, a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.

Vendor spaces are available for the trading day at $65 for an approximately 15’x15′ area. Kids’ flea/trading market spaces are $5 for grades 3rd to 8th. Residents, dealers, and organizations are invited to participate. For vendor application, sponsorship, and event details, visit: or contact Executive Director Norma Moye at (805) 238-4103.

SafetyFest exhibit spaces are also available for $65. Nonprofit spaces are $30. Safety-related organizations and businesses are encouraged to submit an exhibitor application. Bilingual exhibitor entries are encouraged and supported. For exhibitor application, sponsorship, and event details, visit: or contact Mark Elterman at (805) 305-5584.

PASOSafe is a volunteer-based community outreach initiative of The Safe America Movement (SAM4USA), and will present the inaugural SafetyFest, offering music, dancing, fun hands-on learning activities, with an opportunity to interact with First Responders and the area’s top safety professionals. SafetyFest event proceeds support the North San Luis Obispo Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), a public beneficiary program (sponsored by Paso Robles Fire and Emergency Services and funds managed by SLO County Sheriff’s Advisory Foundation) that educates volunteers about disaster preparedness for the hazards that may impact our community and trains them in basic disaster response skills. A portion of the proceeds from the SafetyFest will also support the main street association’s mission of restoration and preservation of downtown.

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