Tag: Smokey Bear

FASNY Super Saturday: Smokey Bear & His Forest Friends, Nov 19

Join FASNY Museum of Firefighting for a free in-person event on Saturday, November 19th, with Smokey Bear and his friends.

First, meet live raptors and learn how we can all protect these regal birds by being fire-safe. Then the big man himself, Smokey Bear, will visit the Museum and pose for pictures with attendees. Kids will also meet a DEC Forest Ranger and learn about their job and their equipment. Finally, kids can complete a Smokey Bear craft project.

All activities are FREE and will be indoors. FREE admission to the Museum will also be offered to all who attend this special event.

DATE/TIME: Saturday, November 19, 2022 / 10:30am – 12pm

COST: Free

LOCATION: FASNY Museum of Firefighting 
117 Harry Howard Avenue 
Hudson, NY 12534

MORE:
fasnyfiremuseum.com
facebook.com/fasnyfiremuseum

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Meet Smokey Bear & His Forest Friends at the Museum of Firefighting in Hudson, Sep 14

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Smokey Bear & His Forest Friends are coming to the Museum of Firefighting in Hudson on Saturday, September 14.

Visitors will meet live forest animals, from the Forest Park Zoo, and learn how fire destroys their habitats and threatens their lives. Smokey Bear will greet and pose for pictures with children. A Forest Ranger will also visit and show kids cool equipment used to fight forest fires. You can make a Smokey Bear craft and learn why “Only YOU Can Prevent Forest Fires.” It’s going to be a “wild” morning at the Museum, so don’t miss out!

DATE/TIME:
Saturday, September 14, 10:30 am

LOCATION:
FASNY Museum of Firefighting
117 Harry Howard Avenue
Hudson, NY 12534

ADMISSION:
Adults: $10
Children: $5( age 3 and older)
Family: $25 (2 adults and their 2 children)
Children under age 3: FREE
Museum and FASNY Members: FREE

MORE:
fasnyfiremuseum.com
facebook.com/fasnyfiremuseum
instagram.com/fasnyfiremuseum

 

 

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