MONEE, IL – Get ready for an evening of community-building, fun, and camaraderie as the Forest Preserve District of Will County gears up to host its annual National Night Out celebration.
On Tuesday, August 1, from 5-7:30 p.m., residents are invited to join the festivities at Monee Reservoir, located at 27341 Ridgeland Avenue in Monee.
National Night Out is a renowned campaign aimed at fostering strong police-community partnerships. This event offers a unique opportunity for residents to connect with law enforcement officers from the Forest Preserve District of Will County Police, as well as officers from the neighboring communities of Monee and Crete.
The program lineup promises an array of exciting activities for all ages. Attendees can try their hand at fishing during the “Try It!” session, where free fishing and instruction will be provided (fishing license required for ages 16 years and older). Groove to the rhythm of live music, participate in engaging games, and enjoy a variety of delectable food options. Additionally, child identification services will be available to ensure the safety of young attendees.
National Night Out aims to strengthen relationships between residents and law enforcement, fostering a safer and more connected community.
The event provides an opportunity for families to interact with officers, ask questions, and gain insights into the crucial work they do to keep the community safe. Don’t miss out on this exciting evening of community-building and fun. To learn more about the Forest Preserve District of Will County and the National Night Out celebration, visit ReconnectWithNature.org or call 815-727-8700.