KINGMAN - Children can view wildlife exhibits, see robots perform and watch helicopters land from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday on the KRMC campus.
More than 50 booths will offer education and fun for children and their parents at the annual Kingman Regional Medical Center Kids' Day Health & Safety Fair. The event is free and open to the public, and includes food, games, crafts and prizes.
Among the booths, the Mohave County Department of Health will provide a car seat safety check and free immunizations. Parents should bring their child's immunization records and insurance information.
Arizona Game and Fish will provide exhibits on area wildlife, and children can sign up for summer programs with the Kingman Unified School District's Little Explorer's Program and Kingman Parks and Recreation.
Also, US First Robotics will demonstrate their robots in the parking lot, and the Kingman Freemason's Child Identification Program will provide free child identification kits.
Also among the booths, children of all ages can take part in a multitude of crafts and games.
The fair also features vehicles from the Kingman Police Department, Unisource and the Kingman Fire Department. Also, the Department of Public Safety and Guardian Air will land their helicopters at the fair.