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Burnsville Fire MusterBurnie from the Fire Muster meets a St. Paul Winter Carnival Vulcan in 2016.
Fire Muster visit other paradesBurnie is riding in the Lakeville Pan O Prog parade 2016.
Burnsville Fire Muster 2014Burnie has his own banner.
Burnsville Fire MusterBurnie the Dog poses for a portrait during the 2016 Fire Muster.
#Burnsvillestrong floatDuring the 2015 Burnsville Fire Muster. Old School played on a float that community members Tom and Missy Orth drove.
Burnsville Fire Muster 2017# Burnsville Strong float in the 2017 Fire Muster.
Burnsville Fire Muster 20152015 Button.
Burnsville Fire MusterFavorite photos of Fire Muster's past appear on their 2017 Facebook page.
Dan Kealey and Burnie at the Fire Muster.Council member Dan Kealey with Burnie at the Fire Muster, 2019.
Fire Muster CarnivalA favorite part of the Fire Muster Weekend is the carnival, as shown in this undated photo.
Burnsville Fire Muster 1988Burnsville Fire Muster September 11, 1988, photo compliments of Matt Tackaberry.
Burnsville Fire MusterMultiple photos from Fire Muster's past are used in the 2017 advertisements for the popular September event.
Lutheran Church of the Ascension at the Fire MusterIndividuals, students and church groups join in the annual Fire Muster parades.
Burnsville Fire Muster (undated)A wide angle view of the Fire Muster Parade around 2013.
Burnsville Fire Muster Button 2006The 2006 graphic for the event and button.
Burnsville Fire MusterResidents and visitors explore fire trucks during the Fire Muster (undated).
Burnsville Fire Muster 2017Schedule of events for the 2017 Fire Muster.
2011 Burnsville Fire MusterSeptember 4, 2011 Minneapolis Star Tribune ad for the 32nd Annual Burnsville Fire Muster.
Burnsville Fire MusterThe craft beer event outside the Ames Center, a part of the Fire Muster activities.
Love of Fire Trucks sparks community event. September 10, 1981The Minneapolis Star newspaper interviews Roger Jackson and Bob Simmer who tell the history of the Fire Muster. (Sept 10, 1981).
Burnsville Fire MusterThis community celebration begin in 1980. Fire equipment comes from throughout the Midwest, ranging from horse drawn hand pumpers to the latest in fire fighting machines. The year of this photo is not provided.
Burnsville Fire MusterOne of many trucks in the annual parade.
Fire Muster 1999Fire Muster 1999 is the 20th anniversary plus the City of Burnsville celebrates 35 years being incorporated.
Burnsville Fire MusterSeptember 4, 2011 Minneapolis Star Tribune advertises the upcoming Fire Muster.
Burnsville Fire Muster 2000Burnsville's Fire Muster began in 1980 and continues as an annual community event. Photo around 2000.
Fire Trucks on Fire Muster DayFiretrucks parade on Fire mustard day
September 18, 1980– Dakota County Tribune

Caption – this 1889 horse-drawn steamer from the Jordan fire department was driven by Alfred Wermerskirchen.

The unsuspecting passerby must have thought there was a huge fire last Saturday went over 100 screaming and flashing units of fire equipment began the fire Muster parade on Nicollet.

The celebration enjoyed a good turnout, despite the cloudy weather. The gloomy skies didn't darken anyone's phone, however. Everyone from babies in strollers and backpacks to senior citizens from the Ebenezer ridges center Watch the parade, rescue demonstrations, a wide variety entertainment, play games, participated in athletic competitions and partook of the abundance of tacos, chicken, bratwurst, candy floss, soda pop and beer.

Mayor Paul Scheunemann describes the muster Saturday as an excellent day in the committee promises something even bigger And better next year.
Fire Muster celebrations are popular over the years 1982August 24, 1982 Burnsville Sun

Del Stelling looks at the history of fire musters, beyond Burnsville...
Burnsville Fire Muster 2017In the Experience Burnsville's 30th Anniversary booklet, they highlight the Burnsville Fire Muster. Experience Burnsville is the theme of the Burnsville Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Burnsville Fire Muster 20142014 Fire Muster Buttons are now on Sale! Available at both Burnsville Cub Foods, Burnsville City Hall, JoJo's Rise & Wine, and any of the four Burnsville Walser dealerships.

Save and avoid lines by buying them in advance. Get 3 buttons for $10.00 (or $5.00 each). Carnival Tickets are also available at $18.00 per sheet. A button is required for entry on Friday & Saturday evenings.
2017 Logo for the Fire MusterOne of the great traditions of the Burnsville Fire Muster. Thousands gather to view fire trucks, bands, floats, local dignitaries, service organizations, local busineses and many other groups pass by in this great parade.
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