Aurora Regional Fire Museum celebrates International Firefighters’ Day
May 01, 2018 09:17AM
Aurora, IL – In recognition of International Firefighters’ Day, the Aurora Regional Fire Museum would like to thank all of the men and women who have helped protect our communities. Current and retired firefighters will be museum guests and receive free admission on Friday, May 4. The Museum is open from 12pm-4pm on Friday, May 4. The Museum hopes to see many of the first responders who serve and protect our communities. “This is just one way we can take firefighters for their service,” said Brian Failing, Executive Director.
International Firefighter’s Day is celebrated annually on May 4. It is a time where the world’s community can recognize and honor the sacrifices that firefighters make to ensure that their communities and environment are as safe as possible. It is also a day in which current and past firefighters can be thanked for their contributions. To learn more, visit https://www.firefightersday.org/.
The Aurora Regional Fire Museum preserves the history of the Aurora Fire Department and fire service in our region through our collections and exhibits while educating visitors about fire safety and prevention. From humble beginnings to the Museum visitors know and love today, the Museum welcomes over 9,000 visitors annually for tours, programs, and events. For more information about these events or the Museum, contact Brian Failing, Executive Director, at 630-256-4141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.