Everett Firefighters Bring Back “Beat The Heat” For Kids This Weekend

June 25, 2021

Everett, Everett Fire

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Get ready for a good time!

cool down

Water to ya!

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The water begins to flow!

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The puddle proved to be a popular spot.

Back in August of 2018 the city of Everett, Washington was having a heat wave so Everett Firefighters brought out an Engine to Walter E. Hall Park on Casino Road and turned on what is likely to have been Everett’s biggest sprinkler.

With record highs expected this weekend Firefighters are bringing the truck back out to both north and south Everett. Here are the details as provided by the Everett Parks Department.

With the hot weather heading our way, we are teaming up with the Everett Fire Department to cool down this weekend with a splash!

Join us and Everett Fire at Walter E. Hall Park and Wiggums Hollow Park this weekend (June 26 at Walter E. Hall and June 27 at Wiggums Hollow) to beat the heat – you bring your swimsuit and they’ll bring their firetruck and hose for the ultimate sprinkler that will feel oh-so-refreshing during this heat wave.

Event details
Walter E Hall Hollow Park
Saturday, June 26
3 – 3:20 p.m.
Northwest corner of the park
Wiggums Hollow Park
Sunday, June 27
3 – 3:20 p.m.
Southeast side of the park near the basketball court



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