The 14th Annual

Kid's Day of Lexington

           

SATURDAY,  APRIL 26th, 2014

10 am - 3 pm (we added an hour folks!)

VIRGINIA HYLTON PARK

(BEHIND LEXINGTON TOWN HALL)

WOW!!!!!  It's time again for Kid's Day!  We hope you will join us on April 26th for family fun, fabulous food and a whole bunch of knowledge!  Meet Cocky, The Clemson Tiger, Ronald McDonald, Clifford, The Chick-Fil-A Cow, Smokey Bear, Olly the Otter, ETV's Smart Cat and many more....

   

Kid's Day of Lexington is fun!  Kid's Day offers educational awareness for families in a fun way.  Kid's Day offers fun food, fun activities, fun stage performances, fun interactive friends, fun art, fun books, fun crafts, fun important stuff and so much more...get the picture?
 
We at Kid's Day of Lexington want to invite you and your family to have a bunch of fun!  And the best thing about Kid's Day is that you will leave full of knowledge that will help you and your family make better decisions to live better lives!  what's more fun than that?  come on and join us for lots of fun...at Kid's Day of Lexington!!!!

REGISTRATION BEGINS JANUARY 1ST

 

 

 

 

 Past features returning to Kid’s Day are…

  • Free food and drinks
  • Spinal screenings
  • Free child ID kits
  • Internet safety tips
  • Fire safety exhibit
  • Bike safety clinics
  • Free baby changing station
  • Air fun inflatables
TO VOLUNTEER AT KID'S DAY OF LEXINGTON CALL US AT 803-356-8554!!!
  • Gun safety tips
  • SCDOT display
  • Dental screenings
  • Church summer programs
  • Stage entertainment
  • Lexington County Library
  • WMHK family radio
  • Car seat checks

ELECTED OFFICIALS OR THOSE SEEKING AN ELECTED POSITION ARE NOT PERMITTED TO PARTICIPATE IN KID'S DAY FOR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES. PLEASE DO NOT ASK TO ATTEND KID'S DAY FOR CAMPAIGNING, DISTRIBUTION OF MATERIALS OR ANYTHING ASSOCIATED WITH THE POLITICAL PROCESS. KID'S DAY IS ABOUT KIDS HAVING FUN AND LEARNING....NOT ABOUT POLITICS.

100% of proceeds from Kid's Day of Lexington are donated to the Nancy K. Perry Children Shelter and the Dickerson Center for Children.