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Paso Robles Night Out event returns Oct. 4 

Paso Night Out

Event to include demos, free food, police and fire interaction

– The Paso Robles Police Department is bringing the community together for a night of fun, camaraderie, and the shared goal of creating a safer city. Paso Robles Night Out is set to take place on Wednesday, Oct. 4, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Downtown City Park.

This event is a unique opportunity for residents and local law enforcement and fire personnel to connect in a relaxed, festive atmosphere. Paso Robles Night Out aims to strengthen community bonds, foster positive relationships with public safety agencies, and promote safety awareness within the city.

Event highlights:

  • Meet local heroes: Get to know the dedicated people who serve our community every day. Paso Robles Night Out brings together local police officers and firefighters, allowing residents to interact with them in a friendly and approachable setting.
  • A night out against crime: Join in the commitment to creating a safer Paso Robles. Learn about crime prevention strategies and how to actively contribute to the security of the community.
  • Free food: Enjoy a delightful evening with complimentary food that reflects the diversity of our community, symbolizing unity and togetherness.
  • Games and giveaways: There will be fun and entertainment for all ages. Engage in exciting games and activities and have a chance to win prizes through giveaways.
  • Live demos: Witness demonstrations by local police and fire personnel, showcasing their skills and dedication to keeping Paso Robles safe.
  • Police and fire interaction: Ask questions, share stories, and gain insight into the daily work of our first responders. Discover the tools and techniques they use to protect and serve.


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