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Ella Spuches, 3, of Massapequa Park, and her (Credit: Brittany Wait)

Ella Spuches, 3, of Massapequa Park, and her sister Lucia Spuches, 4, grab some cotton candy during the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. (July 21, 2012)

Sixth annual Children's Festival and Safety Day

Hundreds attended the Town of Oyster Bay's sixth annual Children's Festival and Safety Day on Saturday at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. The free event had a magic show, safety-related demonstrations, displays of law enforcement vehicles, bounce houses, slides and face painting.

Cameron Mangin, 4, of Massapequa, with his sister,
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Cameron Mangin, 4, of Massapequa, with his sister, Kiera Mangin, 3, tries on a bulletproof vest that is normally used by Tom Dunbar, a Nassau County police officer in the Special Operations Bureau, during the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. (July 21, 2012)

Matthew Mullen, 8, of Old Bethpage, learns how
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Matthew Mullen, 8, of Old Bethpage, learns how to signal properly and stop at stop signs during the bicycle rodeo portion of the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. (July 21, 2012)

Dylan Mueller, 4, of Locust Valley, watches as
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Dylan Mueller, 4, of Locust Valley, watches as Tom Dunbar, a Nassau County police officer in the Special Operations Bureau, shows him some of the tools he uses on the streets, during the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. (July 21, 2012)

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The Massapequa Fire Department uses the Jaws of
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The Massapequa Fire Department uses the Jaws of Life to open a car door, showing crowds of families how they would free a victim stuck in a vehicle after an accident, during the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. (July 21, 2012)

Vienna Kalischer, 6, of Seaford, with her father,
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Vienna Kalischer, 6, of Seaford, with her father, Steven Kalischer, pets the horse ridden by a Nassau County police officer during the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. (July 21, 2012)

Gianna Marteena, 4, of Massapequa, enjoys with her
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Gianna Marteena, 4, of Massapequa, enjoys with her family the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. She even got to sit on a Nassau County police motorcycle. (July 21, 2012)

Tom Dunbar, a Nassau County police officer in
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Tom Dunbar, a Nassau County police officer in the Special Operations Bureau, shows children some of the tools he uses on the streets, during the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. (July 21, 2012)

From left to right: Irene Hapsis, 8, of
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

From left to right: Irene Hapsis, 8, of Valley Stream; Irene Horianopoulos, 6, of Bethpage; and Vicky Hapsis, 6, of Valley Stream, hit the slide during the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. (July 21, 2012)

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Ella Spuches, 3, of Massapequa Park, and her
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Ella Spuches, 3, of Massapequa Park, and her sister Lucia Spuches, 4, grab some cotton candy during the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. (July 21, 2012)

Members of the Massapequa Fire Department use the
(Credit: Brittany Wait)

Members of the Massapequa Fire Department use the Jaws of Life to open a car door, showing crowds of families how they would free a victim stuck in a vehicle after an accident, during the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. (July 21, 2012)

From left to right: Massapequa residents Michael Nero,
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From left to right: Massapequa residents Michael Nero, 8, Dean Vitale, 5, and Joseph Nero, 9, sit in on a magic show at the Town of Oyster Bay's Children's Festival and Safety Day at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. (July 21, 2012)

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