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$10. Haircuts as a Thank you to the Brave Men & Women who serve in our Community
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Honor our Heroes in Red and help preserve Museum Village’s unique collection of early pumpers, steamers, ladder trucks and hose carts while enjoying a day of games, music, and BBQ. Host Company, South Blooming Grove, and fire departments from across the region will be bringing their rigs and engines, including a 1955 Ford Engine, courtesy of the Mountain Lodge Fire department. Kids and parents alike will enjoy games such as hose and turn out gear races as well as candy drops. The SUNY Orange Symphonic Band caps the day with music with an Americana repertoire. The print shop and black smith will be operating at full force. The day features The Jaws of Life, a rescue worker’s training drill. Orange County Inflatable provides a dunk tank to raise additional funds. Enjoy the day and help Museum Village preserve the firehouse and the history it celebrates. -click here for more Museum Village Info-

For more than 85 years the Armistead family has been providing mechanical construction and contracting services to industrial and commercial clients throughout the New Jersey/New York area. -

Hudson Valley IT Services, LLC

Hudson Valley IT Services, LLC provides localized, customized and personalized IT services to our small and medium business customers in New York State Hudson Valley Area.  

We provide technology and expertise for small businesses that allows them to focus on what they do. HVITS takes care of computer network design, implementations and maintenance. We sell brand networking software and hardware, provide server and desktop support.


The New York City Fire Museum houses one of the nation's most important collections of fire related art and artifacts from the late 18th century to the present. Among its holdings are painted leather buckets, helmets, parade hats and belts, lanterns and tools, pre Civil War hand pumped fire engines, horse drawn vehicles and early motorized apparatus.

The New York City Fire Museum is located in a renovated 1904 firehouse at 278 Spring Street in the SoHo district of Manhattan. -click here-

The Red Knights is an organization of fire service personnel who ride motorcycles. We promote motorcycle safety, project a positive image of motorcycle enthusiasts, enjoy the Fraternity of Firefighters, and contribute to local charities.

Red Knights International Firefighters Motorcycle Club
-click here- - The Boston Fire Museum, owned and operated by the Boston Sparks Association, has occupied the old firehouse at 344 Congress St, Boston, since 1983. The goal of the Museum is to preserve and display fire fighting memorabilia from the Greater Boston area, educate and inform the general public on fire safety, restore and maintain the "Landmark" building we occupy, and to support the fire service in general. - The Boston Sparks Association, Inc. (BSA) is a fire buff club founded on January 11, 1938 in an old loft building in Bowdoin Square, downtown Boston. The membership of the BSA is made up of people from many walks of life who share a common interest in the fire service.
Museum of Firefighting run by the Firemen's Association of the State of New York

The Connecticut Fire Museum, also known as the Trolley Museum Fire Department, is dedicated to the preservation and appreciation of antique fire apparatus and associated equipment. A non-profit and historical association, Connecticut Antique Fire Apparatus Association, Inc., the parent organization of the Connecticut Fire Museum, was organized in 1968, incorporated in 1971, and opened its current facilities to the public in 1975.
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Fire Station No. 4 is a German Renaissance styled building with stepped gables, reticulated brickwork, extensive use of terra-cotta, Palladian windows and a cross gable roof.  The building is an outstanding example of turn-of-the-century firehouse design utilizing the latest in architectural materials.  The Station’s history, architecture and integrity were important to its being listed on the National Register of Historic Places in March 1988. -vist their website here-

The Fire Museum Network is a nonprofit entity which provides a means for networking among fire museums and promotes the interests of those dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting the artifacts, history, and traditions of the fire service.  -visit them here-
A Web Site Dedicated To The Men And Women Of The Reading PA Fire Department


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