University Neighborhood Organization (UNO)
2nd Annual Halloween
Fire Prevention Festival
Portland, ME - The second annual "Halloween Fire Prevention Festival” starts at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 27 in Longfellow Park, 10 Longfellow Street.
All are welcome to attend the event, featuring music, mascots Oakie! Sparky! Red Claw! Champ! & Buddy the Blood Drop! will kick off 12:30 p.m. Halloween Costume Parade, games & activities, arts & crafts, fire trucks, pie eating contest, slime making, Red Cross Blood Drive, demonstrations, free raffle drawings, free T-Shirts for first 15 dressed in costumes and lots more!
Meet Portland Fire Fighters Local 740 they will be grilling hotdogs & hamburgers, Trick or Treat Domino’s pizza, Capt’n Eli Soda & Oakhurst Dairy!
The festival is designed to celebrate Halloween & heighten community awareness about fire & public safety.
Hosted by Phi Mu Delta Fraternity, Kappa Delta Phi Sorority-NAS, Portland Fire Department, Portland Fire Fighters Local 740 & The University Neighborhood Organization
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the festival, which ends at 3:00 p.m. The Halloween Blood Drive is 11:00-4 am at Portland Community Squash, 66 Noyes Street.
The University Neighborhood Organization was founded in 2006 to bridge the Universities together with the surrounding neighborhoods to preserve and further our neighborhood quality of life and offer forums to enrich our quest for life long learning opportunities.
The University Neighborhood Organization works closely with the University of Southern Maine (USM), University of Maine Law School, University of New England (UNE) and residents.
UNO Neighborhood Boundaries:
North: Stevens Avenue
East: Forest Avenue
South: Bedford Street
West: Brighton Avenue
"Education District" Wayfinding Signage Initiative
Neighborhood Video Project: Neighbors, Schools, Past & Present.
Friends of Longfellow Park Beautification Project
Street & Sidewalk Improvements
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