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The WNC Safety and Preparedness Fair provides the West Los Angeles community with the opportunity to learn -- at no cost to attendees -- how to prepare and survive an earthquake or other major disaster, as well as how to protect themselves from crime.. 40+ informational/educational booths will be set up at which hands-on demonstrations of CPR,  how to use a fire extinguisher, how to turn off utilities in case of an earthquake, "Stop the Bleed", and more will be offered.   

There will be activities for kids as well, including a Red Cross Children's Safety Puppet Show, a bike safety course (aka bike rodeo) and they too can learn CPR.

  • RAFFLE PRIZES
 
  • FREE STUFF
Over 400 families attended in Nov. 2018
Expecting over 1000
attendees this year

Buy earthquake and first-aid supplies from on-site vendors.

  • FREE to attend

  • FUN for the whole family

“Resilience is a value that guides everything we do in Los Angeles — from preparing for natural disasters to confronting inequality,” said Mayor Eric Garcetti. “The work of building a more resilient city involves all Angelenos, and the Westside Neighborhood Council’s Safety and Preparedness Fair is helping us create an even stronger Los Angeles.”

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WNCLA 2018 Prep fair
Red Cross puppet show

**All photos on this website provided courtesy of

and copyrighted by Chad Savage

**This event is neither presented nor sponsored by the Los Angeles Unified School District.

​​© 2019 by Westside Neighborhood Council