The Albany Regional Museum’s "History Bites at Noon" lecture series will focus on the stories and the history of Albany’s fire chiefs on Wednesday.
Current Albany Fire Department Chief John Bradner is the presenter, and will share information about some of the city’s greatest civil servants.
The Albany Fire Department is celebrating 150 of service to the community this year and is doing several public programs in 2019.
The Albany Regional Museum also is getting ready to unveil its newest exhibit, “Where There’s Smoke,” which focuses on the fire department. That display opens on Saturday.
History Bites is free and held at the Albany Regional Museum, 136 Lyon St. S. For more information, go to armuseum.com or call 541-967-7122.