State Rep. Perry Warren will host his Health and Safety Fair next month to provide the community with a wealth of information on numerous topics ranging from home and community safety to emergency preparedness.
Warren’s Health and Safety Fair will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4 at Morrisville High School, 550 W. Palmer St. in Morrisville.
Several organizations have already confirmed a spot at the fair, including the Pennsylvania State Police, Bucks County Drug and Alcohol Commission, Bucks County Department of Health, Newtown Ambulance Squad and Morrisville Fire Co.
“I wanted to create an event where families and residents from around the community could gather under one roof and learn more about safety and health and wellness,” said Warren, D-Bucks. “Free blood pressure screenings will be available, and organizations will provide more information on various topics, including substance-abuse treatment. We will also have information and experts on-hand to talk about home and community safety.”
There is still room for more organizations and government offices to reserve a space at the event. For more information and details, reach out to Warren’s office at 215-493-5420.