Beacon Hose is set to host the latest edition of one of our most popular events: the Thanksgiving Meat-O!
Our Thanksgiving Meat-O Night will be Saturday, Nov. 23, from 6-9 p.m. at the firehouse. A $5 admission fee includes a delicious buffet dinner. The features of the night are games of chance to win something special for your Thanksgiving table. We’ll have turkeys, hams, roasts, seafood, raffle baskets, mystery turkeys, and more up for grabs!
Reservations are a must if you want to attend the event. Only those 21 and older are allowed, and the event is BYOB (alcohol is allowed). To reserve seats, please call the firehouse at 203-729-1470 or email email@example.com by Nov. 20.
It’s time for the return of Beacon Hose’s annual holiday scavenger hunt!
The Beacon Hose “Spreading Holiday Cheer” Scavenger Hunt is set for Saturday, November 30, from 3-9 p.m. The hunt begins and ends at Beacon Hose, and we’ll have food and prizes at the firehouse before heading over to the River’s Edge Pub and Grille for some postgame festivities. Here’s the key information:
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It’s almost one of our favorite weeks of the year at Beacon Hose — Fire Prevention Week, when we get to share important fire prevention and safety tips with our community.
Make sure to join us Friday, Oct. 11, from 6-9 p.m. at the firehouse for our open house, when we’ll have hands-on demonstrations to teach some important fire prevention and safety tips! (More info at the bottom of this post.)
This year’s Fire Prevention Week theme is “Not every hero wears a cape. Plan and practice your escape!” What does this mean? The first line of defense against fire emergencies is you — especially the ways in which you prepare in case you need to escape during a fire. In places where you frequent, you should always have a plan for multiple escape routes in case of fire or other emergency.
We want to make sure that all of our residents have developed fire escape plans in their own homes. Everyone who lives in your home should know two ways out of every room, practice them to simulate conditions of a smoky house at nighttime, and have a safe meeting place outside and away from your home so that we know everyone made it out safely.
We also want to make sure our residents have installed smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside each separate sleeping area, and on every level of their homes, including the basement. Larger homes may need more alarms.
Here are a few key bits of information that you might not know about the importance of smoke detectors and escape plans. (If you’d like to see more fast facts about fires, click here.)
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The Beacon-Holio Cornhole Tournament is back for a fifth run at Beacon Hose!
The tournament is set for Sunday, Oct. 13 at Beacon Hose. (Registration and shootaround will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by an all-you-can-eat BBQ lunch) It’ll be an all-afternoon affair (RAIN OR SHINE!) with big cash prizes on the line. The nuts and bolts of the tournament are below; click here for the rules, which will be the same as those used by the American Cornhole League.
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For decades, Beacon Falls’ social event of the year was the annual Beacon Hose firemen’s ball. Like many traditions, our ball faded out over the years, and we haven’t held one in about 15 years.
We think it’s time for that to change — the ball is back!
Our neighbors from Beacon Falls and our friends from departments throughout the area are invited to celebrate with Beacon Hose on Saturday, Sept. 28, at beautiful Villa Bianca in Seymour as we revive one of our favorite traditions.
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