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Be Ready - Tualatin Emergency Preparedness Fair

September 7, 2024

Tualatin Public Library

12 pm to 4 pm

The 2024 Tualatin Emergency Preparedness Fair (TEPF) will be held September 7, 2024 at the Tualatin Public Library

The fair is family-friendly, admission-free, and runs from 12:00pm to 4:00pm.

 

Fair visitors will enjoy the many exhibitor booths, informational programs, free giveaways and activities that will teach children and adults more about emergency preparedness.

 

The event is sponsored by Tualatin Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), a community of volunteers focused on preparing the citizens, families, neighborhoods, and employees in the Tualatin area for emergency and disaster situations. We work to increase preparedness through community events to present, demonstrate and display information, educate attendees, and offer learning materials and aids.

 

If you have any questions regarding this event, contact us at: TualatinCERT@gmail.com

Free Admission - Activities for All Ages

The first 200 attendees will receive a CERT “Be Ready” Go Bag from our Welcome Booth to fill up with goodies and take home! Kids will also get a Passport Adventure map of the fair. As they visit the booths, they will gather free Go Bag items and stickers and will win a grand prize at the end (quantities limited).

 

We will have a Tualatin Food Pantry donation bucket at the Welcome Booth as well. Bring a non-perishable item to donate and get a prize!

 

Fair visitors will enjoy more than 35 vendor and exhibitor booths that will help educate about preparedness, have informational handouts, safety items for sale and many will have free giveaways.

The City of Tualatin, Tualatin Public Library, Washington & Clackamas Counties,Tualatin CIOs, Tualatin and Cedar Hills Neighborhood Ready and the local utilities will all have information booths as well. And there are many, many more…….

Check out a variety of Tualatin City and Utility vehicles that may include: TVF&R fire trucks, police cars and motorcycles, dump trucks and a bulldozer. Stop by and see the CERT Ham & GMRS Radio Team with their solar-powered station and learn about what they do to ensure that the Tualatin Amateur Radio Network will keep lines of communication open in the face of any disaster.

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