Kids’ Day

The 13th annual Kid‘s Day of Lexington will take place Saturday, April 27, 2013, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Main Street in Lexington. Kid‘s Day, hosted by Palmetto Chiropractic Center, is free and open to the public and is intended to educate families on health, safety and environmental issues. Free food and drink are available. Last year over 16,000 people attended Kid‘s Day of Lexington. “We recognized that the community needed a family event and we wanted to make it a learning day mixed with fun,” said Dr. Jason Yoder, of Palmetto Chiropractic Center. “Kid’s Day has grown each year into a wonderful event for families to spend time together while learning and playing without emptying their wallets.” 2013 KID‘S DAY OF LEXINGTON PARTICIPANTS: –

Spinal screenings –

Child ID kits –

Internet safety tips –

Bike safety clinics –

Jump house –

Dental screenings –

Summer program information –

Car seat checks –

Exhibit by Lexington County Library Additionally, families will find plenty of entertainment including characters Ronald McDonald, Cocky, McGruff the Crime Dog, the Piggly Wiggly Pig, the Lizard‘s Thicket lizard and many more. The Columbia Children‘s Theatre will also perform. Kid‘s Day will also feature face painting, dunking booths and more. Hotdogs, Domino‘s Pizza, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, Blue Bell ice cream, Salsarita‘s chips and salsa and Bruegger‘s Bagels will also be available for families—all for free. “We‘ve been honored to host Kid‘s Day of Lexington for so many years,” said Dr. Jud Heldreth, of Palmetto Chiropractic Center. “We always have an amazing turnout and this year, we‘re excited to offer more giveaways, food, entertainment, and of course safety info for families, than ever before. It‘s always a fun spring day in Lexington, and though we‘re usually at Virginia Hylton Park, we‘re excited to host Kid‘s Day on Main Street in 2013.” Funds raised by Kid‘s Day of Lexington entirely benefit Nancy K. Perry Children‘s Shelter and Dickerson Center for Children. For more information about Kid‘s Day of Lexington, please visit or call Palmetto Chiropractic Center at (803) 356-8554. Follow Kid‘s Day of Lexington on Facebook.