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Upcoming Event

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Golf Outing

Thursday June 20, 2024

Mark your calendars for the New York City Fire Museum's largest fundraiser of the year! 

Be part of an extraordinary day filled with camaraderie and support for the Museum at the esteemed Muttontown Club on Thursday, June 20, 2024.


The festivities will commence at 11 a.m. with registration and brunch, leading into an active day of golf. The grand finale awaits with dinner and drinks at the exquisite club, offering picturesque views of the course. Enjoy a silent auction, raffle prizes, a 50/50 raffle, and much more.

​We invite you to join us in making a meaningful impact on the Museum by participating in this year's event. There will be sponsors offering amenities, a silent auction and raffle prizes, and plenty of opportunities to network and relax during a wonderful brunch in addition to a cocktail and dinner reception.

To register online or view sponsorship opportunities, see below. 

Events of the Day

Registration & Brunch - 11:00 AM 
Shotgun  - 1:00 PM 

Cocktail Reception & Dinner  - 6:00 PM 

2024 Golf Outing Flyer
2024 NYCFM Band Honoree
FDNY Pipes and Drums

FDNY Pipes and Drums

From the creation of the first FDNY band in 1900 through the present day, members of the Department have used music to celebrate the achievements of the Department in parades and exhibitions, and to mourn their losses at funerals. The first band in the Department was formed in 1900, but only lasted a few years. In 1913, a full marching band was organized, and appeared in parades throughout the city, while also traveling the country performing in competitions. In 1920, a Bugle and Drum Corp was formed and coexisted with the marching band. With the formation of the Emerald Society (the Department’s Fraternal Irish Organization) in 1956, bagpipes came to forefront of the Department's musical efforts, and remain symbolic of the Department's musical endeavors. The FDNY Pipes and Drums was formed in 1962 and exists proudly to this day, performing in parades and dedications, while also mourning every fallen member at funerals. The group’s highest calling came following the attacks on September 11, 2001, when the band played at nearly 500 funerals. The FDNY Pipes and Drums has a rich heritage, storied history and has contributed to the Department as well as the City of New York and beyond. Its dedicated members truly represent the best of New York and the FDNY.  

Sponsorship Opportunities
Event Sponsors
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Check out last year's event

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