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Hot Summer Nights returning in July

City of BrantfordHot Summer Nights returning in July

The Brantford Fire Department is pleased to announce the return of Hot Summer Nights, free events throughout the summer for families that includes a fire truck sprinkler, freezies, water and the opportunity to learn about fire safety.

“We are so excited to be able to offer these fun and educational programs to the public once again,” said Todd Binkley, Fire Chief for the City of Brantford. “It has already been a hot summer and we look forward to offering families the opportunity to cool down, have fun and learn about fire safety.”

Hot Summer Nights includes a fire truck sprinkler, free freezies and water for attendees while quantities last. Brantford Fire Public Education staff will also be on site to educate families about fire safety. The events are happening Tuesdays from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on the following dates:

  • July 5th at Central Park, 143 George Street
  • July 12th at Orchard Park, 29 Brisbane Boulevard
  • July 19th at Cedarland Park, 160 Ashgrove Ave
  • July 26th at Devon Down Park, 70 Abigail Ave
  • August 2nd at Walter Gretzky Park, 379 Blackburn Drive

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