Depot, Darien Police, others to hold Community health fair on Sunday, April 28
SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions), the Darien Police Association, and a host of sponsors will hold a Community Health Awareness Fair. Sunday, April 28 from 11 to 2 p.m.
Darien Board of Realtors have donated bouncy house. First County Bank & Darien Bank & Trust are sponsoring two craft tables (make your own slime & faceprint). State Troopers will bring two driving simulators. Fresh Green Light Driving School will have plenty of goggles to demonstrate what it’s like to drive under the influence. East Coast Towing will also have a “crash car” just involved in a recent teen drunk driving incident. Liberation Programs will provide information on JUULS, E-Cigs, paraphernalia, and hand outs.
Noroton Fire Department will be teaching people how to use fire extinguishers. Chelsea Piers will have three massage chairs with people to massage and have a table running raffles for memberships Chelsea Piers.
SADD will be displaying distracted driving facts and info and a table on smoking dangers and the dangers of texting.
Other participants include The Renfrew Center of Connecticut, The Rowan Center, Parent Awareness, Liberation Programs, The Laurel House, Center for Hope/Family Services, MADD (Mother’ Against Drunk Driving, Planned Parenthood, Youth Asset Team, Dance on the DL (hip hop to de-stress), Silver Hill Hospital, Post 53, Kids in Crisis, Darien Domestic Abuse Council, At Home in Darien, and NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness).
All these organizations will have tables with information and free handouts.
Depot concession will be open serving drinks and snacks. Also on hand will be the The Melt Truck, Uncle’s Hot Dog truck and an ice cream truck.
Admission is an item for the Darien Human Services Household goods closet. Current list of needs for the closet include toothbrushes, bath soap, toothpaste, razors, dish soap shaving cream, liquid floor/surface cleaner deodorant, pump hand soap, spray cleaners, laundry stain remover, disenfectant wipes, Windex glass cleaner, sponges, shampoo and conditioner, tall kitchen garbage bags, body wash, and disinfectant spray.