In honor of National Fire Prevention Month in October, the 3- and 4- year old story hour classes at the Falconer Public Library recently hosted Fire Safety Day. Katie Delahoy of the Falconer Fire Department came in to read the children a story and share some information about what to do in case there is a fire. The children practiced “get low and go” and even got to see Delahoy put on her turnout gear. The children received play fire helmets, stickers and activity pages to help create a home fire escape plan with their families. The article that run in the Post Journal can be seen here.


Story Hour Holds Fire Safety Day