PYAC’s Safety Town will run Aug. 22-26 at Clemens Primary for incoming kindergarten students. (Photo provided by PYAC)

The Philomath Youth Activities Club’s Safety Town program will run Aug. 22-26, the organization announced.

The summer program, which targets Philomath School District children who will be entering kindergarten this fall, takes place at Clemens Primary School. Each day’s activities run from 12:30-3 p.m.

Under the guidance of a teacher, law-enforcement officer and teen instructors, children are introduced to safety concepts. They will practice being safe pedestrians and drivers of pedal cars in a miniature town. Songs, art projects, videos, a bus field trip and various presentations complete the experience.

Along with bike and pedestrian safety, other topics covered include interaction with strangers, and safety involving pets, guns, playgrounds, boats and water, and fire.

The curriculum is provided by the National Safety Town Center and adapted for the local area.

For information on registering, contact PYAC at 541-929-4040, pyac@peak.org or stop by the building at 421 S. 19th St.