Regional Firefighters Interpretation Center

A tribute to all of our heroes, active, retired and fallen. For all to enjoy, learn and honour.

Our gardens are graciously maintained, planted and donated by the Members of the Fall River Garden Club.

March 28 2019

Guess what June 1st, 2019 is...  Go ahead, guess…
IT’S OPENING DAY!!!!!!!
That’s right!!  With the support of many generous donations, the Regional Firefighter Interpretation Center is going to open for another year!! We are still in the planning stages, and we will announce those plans once we decide upon details!
Thank you all so very much for your support and we want everyone to come see us!!  We want to see all of you who rose up to help us stay open!!!

However…
We have NOT reached our financial goal.  We are still attempting to raise funding for operating costs. Our GoFundMe page is still up and running, and we accept donations through PayPal on our website. If you wish to make a donation directly to the Centre, we will provide you with a tax receipt so you can claim it on your taxes!!

https://www.gofundme.com/save-our-fire-museum​


WE ALSO STORE MOTORCYCLES IN THE WINTER!!!
When it’s time to put your two-wheeled baby away from the cold after the riding season, consider storing with us!  The cost to store your motorcycle for the whole season with us, is a $250 DONATION!!  Your motorcycle storage will be TAX DEDUCTABLE!!  Secure building, heated,  with a concrete floor, and regularly checked. We keep your ride safe in the nasty, cold, Nova Scotia weather!!

Contact us for details or to set up you storage agreement!  Send us an email : rficns@outlook.com



On March 20 2019, Fire and Emergency Services lost a valued member and a wonderful person.  Firefighter Skyler Blackie grew up near our museum, served at Station 45 – Fall River, and became a career firefighter in Truro.
All the members of the Regional Firefighters Interpretation Centre would like to send condolences to Firefighter Blackie’s family, friends, and the members of the Truro Fire Service.
Rest easy, our Brother.