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Bloomfield Township Open House Sunday

Fire trucks, police cars, a petting zoo, bounce house and face painting. It’s a full afternoon of fun, all set for Sunday, October 1, from noon – 4 p.m., when Bloomfield Township holds it’s public safety Open House.

There will be fun for all ages, with demonstrations by the fire department, rides in police cars, and a whole range of activities for kids and adults, including pumpkin crafts, a photo booth, animal adoptions, voter registration, tours of Bloomfield Hills High School, and a petting zoo.

Hungry? There will be free cider and doughnuts, hot dogs, pizza, tacos, popcorn and pumpkin pie.

Activities will be held at the Township Hall campus, with a pie tasting contest judged by 48th District Court judges Diane D’Agostini, Marc Barron and Kimberly Small, as well as Bloomfield Hills High School, where there will also be a bounce house and face painting.

The Township Open House is held in conjunction with National Fire Prevention Week.

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