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Fire Safety Fund-Raiser Is Sunday

Wed, 05/17/2023 - 12:49
Larry Zimmerman hopes to build a mobile “fire safety house” for East Hampton like the one pictured above belonging to a Nassau County municipality.
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There will be a fund-raiser on Sunday from noon to 9 p.m. at the Clubhouse for Larry's Fire Safety House, an effort in conjunction with the East Hampton Village Foundation to build and operate a mobile trailer to teach kids and adults about fire safety using safe but realistic simulations. Initially planned for Saturday, the event was moved to Sunday due to weather.

Tickets for adults and kids 17 and up cost $50 and include a round of mini golf; tickets for children under 17 cost $25 and include mini golf and a $15 arcade card. There will also be face-painting, ring-toss games, and other fun for the kids, and drink specials for the grownups.

There will be live music by Two Shoes at noon, Josh Brussell at 2, the Steve Tekulsky Band at 4, and Hello Brooklyn at 6. Full details can be found online at The Clubhouse is at 174 Daniels Hole Road.

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