Clapp Park is already pretty chill, and it will soon be a great place to take your kids for a safe, fun after school activity. The City of Lubbock is turning the park into Safety City -- a place for kids to learn about traffic, bicycle and pedestrian safety.

Bonus: Bringing your kids there gives you an extra two hours of me-time. Score!

See the full press release below.

LUBBOCK, TX -- Safety City will offer an after-school program for kids ages 6-12 from September 25 through December 19, 2014, Monday-Friday from 3:30-5:30 p.m. daily. This program will provide children with an afternoon snack, activities and fun in a safe learning environment. This is the first year that Safety City has been able to offer this exciting new program, made possible by a grant from the National Recreation and Park Association and Wal-Mart to teach nutrition education during after school hours. Limited spots are available, so register now by calling Katie Yandell or Ben Frietag at (806) 767-2712.

Located inside Clapp Park on 46th Street and Avenue U, Safety City is a unique, miniature town where throughout the school year students learn hands-on the rules of pedestrian, bicycle and traffic safety. With their buildings, streets and traffic lights, Safety City is the perfect location for this after-school learning program.

Clapp Park is located at 4111 University Ave. in Lubbock.

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