National observance offers occasion for coloring with Sparky and learning about fire safety

Blog Post created by lisabraxton Employee on Jul 29, 2016

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August 2 has been dubbed a day to relax and color. National Coloring Book Day has been
around for years. People gather for coloring parties at libraries, community centers, coffee shops and in private homes. These days the observance is getting more attention because of the rising popularity of adult coloring books.


With so many people of all ages turning to crayons to create art, it’s the perfect time to share with your community Sparky’s Coloring and Activity Books Value Pack, part of the Fire Prevention Week “must haves.” Kids get to color engaging drawings and characters while learning lifesaving messages from Sparky the Fire Dog® during camp, school, and community outreach events.


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