Langford Fire Rescue opens doors to the public

Annual open house promises food, fun and firefighting activities

Members of the Langford’s fire department are eagerly inviting the public to join them for their annual fall event.

Langford Fire Rescue is having their much anticipated open house this Sunday (Oct. 4) from 10 a.m until 2 p.m. at Fire Station No. 1, 2625 Peatt Rd.

There will be a free pancake breakfast and hot dog lunch prepared by the LFR Women’s Auxiliary as well as a number of activities scheduled for remainder the day.

Some of these include fire truck rides, equipment displays, a climbing wall, fire extinguisher demos and many more.

There’s something that’s sure to excite every member of the family, but don’t forget to dress for the fall weather.

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