Superbowl of Safety offers kids winning safety tips


GREEN BAY - Kids will score big at the Safe Kids Greater Green Bay Superbowl of Safety presented by Bellin Health on Saturday, January 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Lambeau Field Atrium. Parking and admission are free.

Fun and interactive displays will offer children and parents insights into a variety of safety topics including fire, electrical, toy, winter weather and pets. Highlights will include a drive through Safety Town, the Fire Safety House, and a chance to see the EAGLE III helicopter land at 10 a.m. Children attending will receive a free mini football.

Main stage events will include performances by children's entertainer Randy Peterson at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., a safety puppet show presented by the Bay Port Puppeteers at 11:30 a.m., and a martial arts exhibition presented by Paul Harris Karate 1:30 p.m. Children are also encouraged to bring their torn or tattered stuffed animals for repair at the Teddy Bear Repair station, offered by Bellin Health Volunteer Services.

Safe Kids members at the event are the American Red Cross, Aurora BayCare Medical Center, Bay Area Humane Society, Bellin Health, Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay, Brown Co. Public Health Dept., Brown Co. Public Safety, Center for Childhood Safety, Crime Prevention Association of Brown Co., DNR, De Pere Health Department, Greater Green Bay YMCA, Green Bay Fire/De Pere/Ashwaubenon/Howard Fire Rescue, National Weather Service, NEW Curative Rehabilitation, Oneida Health Center, Suamico Rec. Department, St. Vincent Hospital, Travelers Protective, US Coast Guard Auxiliary, US Consumer Product Safety Commission, Wisconsin Public Service and the Wisconsin State Patrol. KICKS 104.9/Cumulus Radio Group will also be there.

This is the eighth year for the event, which last year was attended by approximately 2,400 people. For more information go to