Kid's Day America
"Because I have two kids, it has made me really aware of children's issues and I think it's really important to keep kids healthy and safe," sponsor Aimee Jokerst said.
Activities like face painting were provided for children. However, concerned parents were more interested in getting their children's fingerprints and dental molds. These act as a record of personal information to hand over to police if a child goes missing.
"I think it's a lot of fun, families come out and it's free to everyone so they come and walk around and see what going on," Jokerst said.
All proceeds from the event went to United Way.