2nd Annual Splash Your Way to Water Safety (SOLD OUT)

Community Event


June 16, 2018


05:00 AM  – 08:00 AM


T.Y. Park

3300 N. Park Road

Hollywood, Florida 33021

Due to an overwhelming response, the 2018 Splash Your Way to Water Safety event on Saturday, June 16 is SOLD OUT!
Free tickets are no longer available.

Pediatric Associates Foundation in conjunction with Cox Media Group, is excited to host the second annual Splash Your Way to Water Safety event on Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. The event will take place at “The Lagoon” at Castaway Island Water Park, which is located within T.Y. Park (3300 N. Park Road, Hollywood, FL 33021). Under the guidance of Water Smart Broward, the goal of the event is to educate both parents, caregivers and children about safer practices around water and to help prevent drowning. There will be multiple interactive demonstrations in and our of the water focused on teaching fundamental skills. Last year’s inaugural event welcomed more than 3,000 attendees!

The event is geared towards the entire family. In addition to the water safety stations and demonstrations, your family will enjoy face painting, raffles, contests and discounted water park access after the event!

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