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The Beacon Hose Firemen’s Carnival, one of Beacon Falls’ longest lasting and most enjoyable traditions, is set to return for the 54th time this Thursday-Saturday, June 8-10, on the grounds of Beacon Hose.
Each June, thousands of visitors from Beacon Falls and towns all over the state join us for three nights of delicious food, cold drinks, exciting rides, great fun and engaging music to help raise funds for the civic side of Beacon Hose’s operations.
Carnivals and parades used to be common traditions among local fire departments, but many have been discontinued over the years because of the work required. We’ve made sure to continue an event that has become a town-wide tradition. Proceeds from the carnival go toward our community efforts, including sponsorship of local youth sports, fire prevention programs, educational scholarships, holiday functions, events throughout the community and opportunities for our volunteer members.
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Meat-O is coming back in time for Easter!
One of our most fun events of the year is set for Saturday, April 8, at 6 p.m. The admission fee is just $5 and includes a buffet dinner (BYOB, and yes, that means you can bring alcohol). Then, pay to play games of chance to win kielbasas, pierogis, shrimp, babkas, hams, turkeys and more for your Easter table.
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The Beacon Falls Emergency Operations Center held a meeting at noon Monday, March 13, at Beacon Hose to discuss preparations for the blizzard expected to strike Tuesday. Those present included First Selectman Chris Bielik; Beacon Hose Chief Jim Trzaski, Asst. Chief Brian DeGeorge, Capt. Howie Leeper, 1st Lt. Cal Brennan and EMS Director Joe Chew; Officer Caroline O’Bar; Town Nurse Sue Mis; and members of the Public Works Department. Beacon Falls Police Lt. Eddie Rodriguez joined via telephone.
Here’s some important news for Beacon Falls residents to know as this snowstorm — which is expected to start in the early-morning hours Tuesday, bring anywhere from 1-2 feet and rates of 1-4 inches per hour, carry 50 mph wind gusts and end by Tuesday evening — approaches:
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Just in time for one of Beacon Hose’s favorite holidays — St. Patrick’s Day! — we’re rolling out our first-ever St. Patrick’s Day shirt! This Irish green T-shirt comes in both short-sleeve and long-sleeve. We’ve customized our Maltese cross patch to reflect the Irish heritage of many of our current and past members, and the back of the shirt pays homage not only to the Irish but also to our first-due apparatus, Engine 3.
These shirts will be specially ordered with the deadline of Friday, March 10, at noon EST. Long-sleeve shirts and plus-sizes will be subject to extra fees. They will be available for pickup at the firehouse next week. We can ship them or deliver for an added fee, but they may not arrive in time for St. Patrick’s Day.
Click here to learn more and purchase your shirt before it’s too late!
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We need to clear fire hydrants around town after the snowstorm last week, so we’re bringing back our Adopt-a-Hydrant contest here in Beacon Falls.
If you have a fire hydrant near your property, we need you to help us out by clearing away the snow and ice (3 feet on all sides, down to the ground, including a path to the road). This could make all the difference in us being able to save life and property in case of a fire in your neighborhood. If you can do that for us, here’s how to enter the contest:
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