A popular nationwide safety night will take place Tuesday, August 6 in Tomah's Winnebago Park.
Coordinated by the Tomah Memorial Hospital Community Outreach Department, the 11th annual Monroe County National Night Out runs from 4 P-M to 8 P-M.
Tomah Police Lieutenant Mark Nicholson says the event helps residents learn how to keep safe, while curtailing area crime
There is no charge for the event which includes a number of health and safety related demonstrations, hands-on exhibits along with a bike safety expo.
Officials remind those attending to use the Tomah High School parking lot located directly across from Winnebago Park.
Residents can also help out community neighbors by bringing non-perishable food items to the event. Carnival games will be available for food donations that will be given to Tomah's "Neighbor for Neighbor" Food Pantry.