Several cities and towns in eastern carolina are hosting events this evening to bring communities and their local police forces together. The events typically include games, food and giveaways for families.
Here are some of the events planned for Tuesday.
The Washington Police Department will have games, food, prizes, and more at Beebee Memorial Park tonight between 6:30-9pm. Officers will be present to answer questions and speak with the community. For more information please contact Lt. William Chrismon of the Washington Police Department at 252-946-1444
Bring the family out for free fun, free food, and free information to First Street in Greenville tonight from 6:00-8:30 p.m. Join us as we take back the neighborhoods and take back the night. For more information contact 252-329-4373
In Winterville the Police Department is inviting it's citizens to join them tonight from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. in front of town hall. They will be serving hot dogs and soft drinks for National Night Out. The night will be culminated with a short walk from Town Hall towards W.H. Robinson and back down Railroad Street.
The Beaufort Police Department will have a bike raffle, food, inflatables, prizes, and more tonight from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. at the Beaufort Elementary School parking lot. Kids, don't forget to bring your bike and helmets for the bike rodeo.
Come out to Union Point Park in New Bern tonight from 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. for National Night Out. There will be food vendors, games, face painting for kids, exhibits and community agencies, live music, a puppet show, door prizes, and a moon walk. The event will close with a flashlight walk in downtown New Bern.
Havelock Police Department will hold a Prescription Medication Collection effort for National Night Out, tonight from 5:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. The collection is for those individuals who may have outdated prescription medications or unneeded prescription medications in their homes and wish to have the medications disposed of properly. People interested can bring their outdated prescriptions to the Havelock Police Department. The medications will be logged and then taken offsite and destroyed. Receipts will be available for those who would like one regarding the turn-in of the medications. For more information contact the Havelock Police Department at (252) 447-3212