The Revere Fire Department welcomes local families to a free Open House on Saturday, October 13 from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. The event is aimed at teaching families fire safety and prevention practices. The Revere Fire Department’s Open House will be held at 400 Broadway in Revere.
This open house commemorates National Fire Prevention Week. The theme this year is “LOOK, LISTEN, LEARN. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere.” The theme this year educates the public to Look for places fires can start, Listen for the sound of the smoke alarm, and Learn two ways out of each room. In addition, Papa Gino’s, the Dedham, Mass.–based pizza chain, will provide free slices of pizza and children’s fire safety educational materials at the Open House.
In addition, community members can meet Fire Chief Christopher Bright and the Fire Prevention staff, including Deputy Chief Paul Cheever, Lieutenant Erin Leary and Firefighter Lawrence Floyd. Children will be able to view and tour the fire apparatus and an ambulance provided by Cataldo Ambulance Service. In addition, the Metro North Regional Emergency Communications Center (911) will be joining the Open House.
Papa Gino’s, for over 20 years, has been a proud sponsor of Fire Safety Open Houses throughout New England, encouraging families to learn about fire safety. Papa Gino’s has sponsored more than 1,800 open houses, donated more than 100,000 pizzas and distributed more than 1,500,000 activity sheets and educational flyers. During the month of October, Papa Gino’s provides customers with fire prevention coloring sheets and certificates for the children. Fire safety open houses, during the month of October, are being hosted and sponsored throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.