Have some family fun and learn more about the township this weekend.
The annual Lower Merion Township Open House will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 10, in the parking lot at 71 E. Lancaster Ave.
“Each year, Township families look forward to this terrific event, which offers something for the whole family,” said Bob Duncan, acting township manager. “Our younger residents really enjoy exploring the police cars, motorcycles, fire engines and refuse trucks—and their parents get to see firsthand the many services provided through their taxpayer dollars.”
Slated for the event are clowns and face painting. There will also be interactive displays featuring various township departments, a Police K-9 demonstration and smoke-filled Fire Prevention Trailer, where residents can learn how to safely escape a blaze.
“The Open House will take place, rain or shine—and we hope that many residents and their families will mark their calendars and plan on attending,” Police Superintendent Michael J. McGrath said.
Contact the Lower Merion Police Department at 610-645-6204 for additional information.