Where can you see clowns, a K-9 exhibit, and get your face painted before learning how to escape a smoke-filled room? If you answered the annual Lower Merion Township Open House, congratulations. Also, how?

Anyway, this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the township is inviting residents to come to the parking lot at 71 E. Lancaster Avenue for an afternoon of fun interactive displays featuring the township’s departments and the equipment they use.

“This is a great event that offers something for the whole family,” said township manager Doug Cleland.

“Our younger residents thoroughly enjoy the police cars, motorcycles, fire engines and refuse trucks—and their parents get to see firsthand the many services provided through their township taxpayer dollars.” (READ ARTICLE)