The Port Washington Fire Department's annual open house will be held this Sunday in conjunction with the Firefighters Association's pancake breakfast, as well as a Port Police Department open house.
The breakfast runs from 9 a.m. until noon and costs $5 for anyone older than 5 years old, Port Washington Fire Chief Mark Mitchell said. Tickets for the breakfast are available at the door.
- Related: It's National Fire Prevention Week from Oct. 7 through Oct. 13.
Open House events include: fire extinguisher demos, fire truck rides, automobile extrication demo, survive alive house, EMS equipment display and blood pressures can be taken, Mitchell said. Drawings for smoke detectors, a fire extinguisher, and rides to school in a fire truck will take place at the end of the event, and people do not need to be present to win.
This year's open house is also a joint open house with the Port Washington Police Department. The police open house will include a tour of the department, Ozaukee County Mobile Command Center and several other displays will be available for the public, according to an e-mail from Becky Hill of the Port Police Department; cake and refreshments will be served as well.