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We're excited to welcome the community! 

Saturday, July 1 8:00am - 11:00am

Red Lodge Fire Station

801 Broadway Ave North, Red Lodge

Come by for Pancakes, Activities, Health and Safety Education, Tours and

Learn about becoming a Volunteer

8:00 -11:00

Pancake Breakfast

Come have breakfast with our members - pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausages, fruit, milk, juice and coffee - It's Free and Everyone is welcome!

8:30 -11:00

Kids Activities

Kids can try their hand at the Search and Rescue Climbing wall, Spray water like a firefighter, practice bandaging like an EMT and take a ride in a Fire Truck. 

8:30 -11:00

Tumblewheel Studios Art Bus

Draw, Paint, Create with a First Responder Theme. Our friends at Tumblewheel Studios will be bringing all sorts of art supplies for kiddos 

8:30 -11:00

Snow Cones

As soon as the weather gets warm enough, we will start making snow cones, until we run out!

8:30 -11:00

Wildland Fire, Stroke, Child Car Seat and Volunteering Information

Learn about Wildland Fire Prevention with RLFR, the Montana DNRC, the BLM and the Forest Service.

Learn more about the signs of Stroke and Stroke Prevention with Beartooth Billings Clinic. 

Learn more about car seat installation and utilization from our RLFR Community Care team

Learn what it is like to be a volunteer at RLFR and how you can Join Our Team!

8:30, 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30

Training Center Tours

Meet our members at our new Training Center for a tour of the Training Tower and Station 73. The Training Center is located at 228 Hwy 78 - just 2 miles west of the Red Lodge Fire Station. 

8:30, 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30

Hands Only CPR class

Learn how to save a life! Take an American Heart Association Hands Only CPR class with RLFR instructors. 


Bear and Bear Spray Information

Join MT Fish Wildlife and Parks Game Warden Matt Heaton to learn more about bears in our area and how to effectively use Bear Spray


Search Dog Demonstration

Join Search and Rescue Volunteer Jason Burr and his dog, Sisu, to learn more about how Search Dogs operate and experience her searching skills. 

Questions? Get in Touch

Contact Amy Hyfield for more Information or questions - or  406-425-2257

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