Some parents and kids spent part of their weekend learning about fire safety, and resources that are available to them in times of an emergency.
The Warner Robins Fire Department sponsored their annual demonstration day.
Firemen showed how they extricate victims from cars during an accident.
They also demonstrated their new fire fighting capabilities with foam.
Children enjoyed a ride on an aerial platform, while adults learned about fire extinguishers and car seat safety.
"It shows all kinds of stuff that they can learn how to do, to make sure that their houses are safe," said Shona Smith.
Deputy Chief Ross Molton said, "We think it's a good avenue for us just to reach out to them and let them know our capabilities and that we're here for them."
Molton says the department is also busy with new changes.
He says they'll get two new fire trucks within the next 3 months. One of those will support the new fire station on Highway 96.