City of Salem Fire Prevention Bureau 29 Fort Ave, Salem, MA01970 The City of Salem Fire Prevention Bureau, known as Station 6 within the Salem Fire Department, is located on Fort Avenue…More across from the Salem Harbor Power Station. The station is headquarters for the department's Fire Prevention Bureau and Maintenance Division. Personnel operating out of the facility include the Department Mechanic, Fire Marshal and Fire Inspectors.
Camp Fire After School Care 211 Lafayette St, Salem, MA01970 Located in the Saltonstall School, Camp Fire After School Care offers affordable child care to families of all income…More ranges. Low income families are eligible to apply for discounted rates. After school, children participate in both indoor and outdoor activities, such as completing homework, playing outside on the jungle gym and creating shaving cream art on cafeteria tables. Camp Fire also hosts a variety of annual events. This year, Camp Fire will celebrate its 100th year anniversary with a fire lighting program.
City of Salem Fire Department 48 Lafayette St, Salem, MA01970 Headed by Salem native Chief David Cody, the City of Salem Fire Department serves the city from headquarters on…More Lafayette Street as well as four additional stations throughout the city. In addition to responding to fires, the department responds to medical emergencies and provides mutual aid to neighboring communities. The professional department, which is a part of the International Association of Fire Fighters, operates as IAFF Local 172. Visit the department website for more information.
The Camp Fire after-school program at Horace-Mann Elementary School offers children a place to socialize and learn…More once school is over for the day. This is one of four after-school programs run through Camp Fire. It places a unique emphasis on teaching students how to engage with technology utilizing the school's access to iMac software and its relationship with Salem State University.
The program upholds Campfire's broader mission to teach students how to build friendships and positive relationships with classmates. Although the Horace-Mann unit is only available during the school year, Camp Fire is open throughout the summer for day-camp programs.
Engine House Restaurant 71 Lafayette St, Salem, MA01970 Located across from the central fire station on the corner of Lafayette and Derby Streets, this pizza and sub shop has…More been open at this spot for more than 30 years. The menu also includes dinner plates, salads, pasta and burgers. The quaint decor plays on the fire house theme. Beer is available on tap.
Situated amid lush green foliage, Camp Fire USA is an all-day outdoor camp for kids 5 - 14 years of age. The…More camp offers children the opportunity to play outdoor sports, swim and appreciate nature by participating in nature walks and hikes. It encourages activities that develop teamwork, such as cooking outdoor meals together. It is divided into two age appropriate camps, one for kids in elementary school and another for those in middle school.
Camp Fire North Shore 2 Cain Rd, Salem, MA01970 Camp Fire North Shore offers after school programs in Salem and Lynn, Self Reliance workshops in public schools, and a…More summer day camp for kids entering Kindergarten through 7th grade. In addition, Camp Fire offers leadership and job training to teens entering 8th-10th grade through a counselor in training program and junior counselor program. The camp can accomodate over 200 campers per week, and runs 9-10 one week sessions each summer. The counselor in training program is a 4 week session. Activities offered at camp include: arts and crafts, science, nature and outdoor exploration, health and fitness, sports, team building, swimming (pool), and a free lunch program. The campers in the discovery program take a weekly field trip and also do community service projects throughout the summer.