About


ID KitsSince the first Safety Fair in 2005, the safety fair has been an annual event working to educated both parents and children about safety and health in Moscow, Idaho and the Palouse.

Where/When

The Eastside Marketplace parking lot from 10am-2pm, always on the first Saturday in June.

This year: June 4th 2016

Free Activities

Families are invited to participate in the safety fair's many booths and activities. This year's FREE activities will include the following:

  • FREE Bike Helmets and helmet fitting for kids 16 & under
  • "MILK" Software (Managing Information on Lost Kids, the first step in the Amber Alert process)
  • Child Digital ID's & Fingerprint Kits, DNA Kits
  • Emergency Contact Cards
  • Water Safety Information
  • Bike Rodeo - bring your bike, ride the course and earn a free bike light/reflector for your bike
  • Helmet decorating with free reflective stickers
  • Free Bike Tune-ups
  • Hot dogs & Snacks provided by the Rotary Club, Central Lions, Kiwanis & Food
  • Services of America
  • Lifeflight helicopter tours
  • Ambullance and Firetruck tours
  • Car seat safety check conducted by NHTSA Certified technicians

Donations are Welcomed!

The Officer Newbill Kids Safety Fair is a 501(c) (3)non-prot, Tax ID # 26-4782243

The fair was renamed to "Officer Newbill Kids Safety Fair" after May 2007 when tragedy hit our community as one of our Officers lost his life in the line of duty along with a local church sexton. The Moscow community deeply grieved the loss of Officer Newbill and the horror of violence in our community. Lee Newbill's family was approached and the Fair has been renamed in honor of Officer Newbill ever since.

How To Get Involved

It takes many people, organizations and businesses to make this event happen each year!

Meetings start in January to plan for June. Each year support and participation has grown and we thank all who have made this event in a sucess in the past and are currently working to make it happen again this year.

If you would like to contribute to the Officer Newbill Safety Fair this year, click here and learn about the different ways you can help