The free event will take place at O'Fallon Park near the Boat House. School uniforms, shoes, and socks as well as other school-related supplies will also be distributed. In addition, ESOP is partnering with the Department of Health to offer free COVID-19 vaccines on site. Anyone who receives a vaccine at the event on Saturday will receive a free bicycle or air conditioner, which were anonymously donated. The event will also feature K-9 and Mounted Patrol demonstrations from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department (SLMPD) as well as ice cream from the St. Louis Police Polar Patrol Ice Cream Truck. At the event, the Mayor’s Office will feature a “Pop Up City Hall” with representatives from Neighborhood Stabilization, Planning Department, Treasurer's Office, Department of Human Services, Personnel, Parks and Forestry, Streets, Board of Public Services, Register's Office and Crime Victim's Advocate, Juvenile Division and other city resources. This project by St. Louis’ Mayor, Tishaura Jones, brings core city agencies housed in City Hall to one central location in order to provide an opportunity for the community to easily access those services. Social distancing and face coverings will be enforced.