The 104th Precinct celebrated National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday with plenty of games and activities for kids and adults alike.
Highlights include a bouncy house, inflatable sparring and balloon animals. There was also a free BBQ with hot dogs and other snacks.
The night, meant to strengthen the police-community relationship, was also attended by elected officials including Councilwoman Elizabeth Crowley (D-Middle Village) and Assemblyman Mike Miller (D-Woodhaven).
Top, two kids are battling it out and above, one little girl reaches for a balloon to take home.