A bit of Kewaunee’s past is on display and opens to the public on Sunday evenings during the Music in the Park concerts. The Kewaunee Fire Museum is holding tours with social distancing at all times between 5:30 and 7:00 pm. Jim Kleiman, captain of the Kewaunee Fire Department, hosts the tours and says people always have interesting questions on the historic fire equipment. He shares some of the items preserved in the museum.
The fire museum houses a total of four pieces of historic equipment including the oldest piece, an 1845 hand tub. . Kleiman adds that all items can be viewed anytime outside with the building being well-lit during evening hours. He asks that all those taking the tour to please wear a mask.
(photo courtesy of Kewaunee Fire Museum)