We were honoured to be invited to participate in this opportunity with the City of Waterloo Museum, the Waterloo Fire Rescue and the Fire Hall Museum and Education Centre (in Galt).
The webinar / field trip was a HUGE success! We presented for 328 teachers so it reached around 6,225 Kindergarten to Grade 2 students in the Waterloo Region District School Board.
City of Waterloo Museum Website: https://www.waterloo.ca/en/things-to-do/city-of-waterloo-museum.aspx?_mid_=1764
Waterloo Fire Rescue + Fire Safety for c
Preserving some of the Firefighting History and artifacts of Cambridge (Galt. Hespler and Preston)
As one of our fundraising events to help us pay our bills and keep our Museum operating. Your support is always appreciated.
Last Saturday of every month
(March through October)
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Please bring all donations to the address above. Located behind the Baden Fire Station (off of Foundry Street), near the Baden Pond.
COVID-19 has placed health care and personal support workers in extremely demanding and dangerous work. On this day in 2020, EMS, Police, Wilmot Fire Department, and the Wilmot Heritage Fire Brigades drove vehicles past Nithview Long Term Care and Seniors Residences in New Hamburg.
The tribute was a salute to the workers and their invaluable service.
(Left) Peter Gingerich : (Right) Bruce Gerber
Thank you ! We appreciate you during these difficult times.
The WHFB was invited to display firefighting artifacts at the Ontario Legislature in Toronto. The display will be available for public viewing from August 1st until the end of 2018.
Celebrated their wedding in September 2019 in New Hamburg.
The restored 1940 Fargo was an honoured guest at their local wedding.
A beautiful photographic touch for their wedding photos.
With Charlotte & Kayla Haacke and granddaughter Elena .
On this day, members of the Wilmot Heritage Fire Brigades unveiled the newly restored 1940 Fargo/ Bickle pumper at Castle Killbride, in Baden.
The Baden Fire Department purchased the truck in 1940 for $990.00, and the pump, hose bed, et cetera were added by Bickle Fire engines for $2755.00. The truck was in service from 1940-1975, first as a first-line pumper, then as a backup pumper; in 1966, the truck was radically modified to be used in changing street light bulbs in Baden.
The restoration -- a four year project -- took over 1300 hours, all completed by volunteers. The truck can be viewed at the WHFB museum. Read an article about the restoration below