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November 17th  

                  Are you interested in History?                   Meeting people? 


Do you have some free time and looking to get a little more involved as a volunteer? 


If so, we may interest you.  We are an all-volunteer history museum in Harrisburg that needs your help.  Staffed by a friendly, congenial group we welcome you to join us.   


Dave Houseal and Kevin Gill will be hosting our first Orientation Session on Saturday, November 17th from 10 a.m.- noon at the museum.  Come find out who we are and what we do.


 If interested and want to attend, please email Dave at HFD82@aol.com.     



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​​The Fire Museum is 100% volunteer, operated and staffed on a full-time basis, six days a week.  We welcome anyone with an interest in history, meeting people, research, exhibit, design, art, or simply socializing to join us as a volunteer.  Please stop in and see us or contact any of those listed on the Directors page of the website.

 

Enter the 1899 Victorian Firehouse, Home of the Reily Hose Co. No. 10  and experience the sights and sounds of Firefighting History. The Pennsylvania National Fire Museum features fire apparatus from Handtubs and Steam Pumpers, hand drawn to horse drawn, to motorized Engines and a 1935 MACK tillered Ladder Truck. An outstanding and varied collection of artifacts are on display.