METHUEN — Interim Police Chief Randy Haggar and the Methuen Police Department invite community members to visit the police station on Saturday for an open house being held in conjunction with Methuen Day.
The event will include activities for both children and adults, including drone demonstrations, K9 demonstrations, a visit by Chase from Paw Patrol, and more.
Saturday, Oct. 2, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Quinn Public Safety Building, 90 Hampshire St., Methuen
In conjunction with the Methuen Day 2021 celebration, the Methuen Police Department will host an open house that will include opportunities to try on police equipment, drone demonstrations, K9 demonstrations, and opportunities to check out police patrol vehicles, ATV’s, motorcycles, personal watercraft and the town’s public safety board.
Methuen Police officers will be on hand and eager to meet residents, as will Chase from Paw Patrol. The Methuen Police Department’s Community Addiction Resource Engagement Services (C.A.R.E.S.) advocates will also be in attendance.
The Northeast Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council SWAT Team will have SWAT equipment on display, and the Massachusetts State Police Mounted Unit will visit as well.
A Methuen Police Department Selfie Station will be available. Parents will be able to obtain free child ID kits.
For more information on Methuen Day and other activities that are scheduled, click here.