New Exhibit at White Rock Museum and Archives

While temperatures continue to drop outside, things are heating up inside the White Rock Museum & Archives. The White Rock Museum & Archives is proud to present Emergency and Everyday Assistance: A History of Fire Rescue in White Rock. An Exhibit produced in partnership with White Rock Fire Rescue to highlight the history of the White Rock fire department, the impact major fires have had in White Rock and stress the importance of fire safety to our community.

Come down to see a 1925 Studebaker, freshly restored to its glory as White Rock's first fire truck. Learn all about the early history of fighting fires in White Rock. Experience and envision the devastation of some of the worst fires in White Rock's history. Ever wonder what it takes to become a firefighter? We invite you to explore some of the preferred qualifications. Meet some of your local community heroes who not only provide assistance in emergency situations but who also dedicate their free time to charity work. Watch fun, informative and educational videos including the ABC's of Fire safety, make a plan for your own fire escape and much more. Take home the knowledge that your community is protected.

Hours of Operation: Tuesday to Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Closed Monday's)