Hot Summer Nights Fun Blast 2022

Some summer nights are so hot, even the wind can’t be bothered to move! It’s a perfect time to head to the park with family and neighbours for a cooling fire truck sprinkler run, a visit with Sparky and a chance to meet Windsor Fire and Rescue Services (WFRS) fire prevention staff for truck tours and fire safety tips.

Windsor Fire and Rescue Services will be hosting their annual summertime tradition at a different park in all ten wards on Thursdays from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., weather permitting, as follows:

  • Ward 7, Forest Glade Optimist Park, 3265 Forest Glade Drive, June 30 – Series Kickoff
  • Ward 1, Central Park, 3301 Woodland Avenue, July 7
  • Ward 2, Mic Mac Park, 1125 Prince Road, July 14
  • Ward 3, Wigle Park, 397 Erie Street East, July 21
  • Ward 4, Lanspeary Park, 1250 Langlois Avenue, July 28
  • Ward 5, Garry Dugal Park, 1247 Drouillard Road, August 4
  • Ward 6, Tranby Park, 6899 Tranby Avenue, August 11
  • Ward 9, Captain Wilson Park, 3950 Ducharme Street, updated: August 18
  • Ward 8, Pykes Park, 5497 Lassaline Avenue, updated: August 25
  • Ward 10, Remington Booster Park, 2710 Lillian Avenue, September 1

Residents will have the chance to go over some lifesaving tips and reminders while getting acquainted with WFRS staff. Kids can check out the fire trucks, participate in hands-on activities and ask any fire safety questions. The firefighters will also be grilling hotdogs and offering water for free to those who attend, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Events like Hot Summer Nights reflect the WFRS vision of gaining your respect and recognition as a leading service provider in our community, protecting precious lives, property and environment. The focus is on prevention, detection, and escape. See our General Fire Safety Tips.

Community partners joining us this year are Culligan Water, Dowler Karn Propane, Food Basics (Goyeau), McDonald’s Canada (Wyandotte & Goyeau), Merchants Paper Company, Parker DKI and Stiemar Bread Co.

Follow @WindsorFire1 on Twitter for the latest photos and info. Visit WindsorFire.com to learn more about fire prevention.

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