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Want to have your best Fourth of July ever? Check out our top tips for enjoying Kettering’s spectacular Go 4th! celebration and join us on July 4 from 6 – 10 p.m. at Delco Park.  Tip #1 Get comfortable for an evening of patriotic fun. Bring chairs, blankets, snacks, refreshments and your camera. Please leave...

Warning: Breath holding games are extremely dangerous and can lead to shallow water blackout and drowning. Breathing in and out quickly (hyperventilating) before submerging can greatly increase this risk. Teach your children the importance of avoiding breath holding games! The ability to hold your breath for short periods of time is an important safety skill...

Solo exhibitions by Drew Ippoliti and Nicole Massy On view May 9 - June 17, 2022 (Closing reception: Saturday, June 18, 1-3 p.m.) The City of Kettering and Rosewood Gallery are pleased to present solo exhibitions by Ohio artists Drew Ippoliti and Nicole Massy. The exhibitions will run from May 9 through June 17. An artists’...

Solo exhibitions by Drew Ippoliti and Nicole Massy On view May 9 - June 17, 2022 (Closing reception: Saturday, June 18, 1-3 p.m.) The City of Kettering and Rosewood Gallery are pleased to present solo exhibitions by Ohio artists Drew Ippoliti and Nicole Massy. The exhibitions will run from May 9 through June 17. An artists’...

The Fourth of July is all about celebration, whether you’re enjoying a backyard barbecue or partying at Kettering’s Go 4th! No matter how you choose to wish America a happy birthday, no one wants an accident or injury putting a damper on the fun. We’ve got you covered – read on for our top tips...

Safety Note: Do not let the learning swimmer hyperventilate or have breath-holding contests. Limit learners to a single inhalation whenever you ask them to hold their breath or submerge. All submersions must be voluntary on the part of the learning swimmer. Crying, sputtering, coughing, choking, or vomiting are signs that a learning swimmer is not...

If you’re headed off to a fun event like Go 4th!, you might be tempted to bring along your drone to capture some footage. Don’t do it – drones are prohibited from this event due to serious safety concerns. Retired Kettering Fire Marshal Bill Ford explained exactly what risks drones pose at events like Go...

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