Tuesday, August 31, 2010  
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Quote of the Week
“It’s been a long
time coming.”
- Sean Michalski  
- on the official opening of   
the new wading pool   

 

 
The Crowsnest Historical Society is proud to present the 6th annual Harvest of Memories, coming September 25, as the community is once again invited to celebrate the past with a gala event that is of tremendous benefit to the local museum.
The Harvest of Memories will again feature fine catering by Country Encounters, along with entertainment, dancing, and both live and silent auctions, with all proceeds going to assist with the operation of the Crowsnest Museum. The auctions will feature numerous special items donated by local businesses and individuals, and always contains a number of unique items.
This year's event will be held at the Elks Hall in Blairmore. Along with the historic calendars, the Harvest of Memories is one of the biggest and most important fundraisers for the museum each year. The 2011 historic calendars will be available as well before the end of September.
 
Tickets for the Harvest of Memories are available now, and can be purchased by contacting any museum director or by calling the museum at 403-563-5434 for information.
Work n Play
Tickets cost $40 per person, or can be purchased at a rate of $70 for two tickets, or $260 for a full table of eight.
Experience a formal event unlike any other in the Crowsnest Pass, and help celebrate our history while ensuring it will continue to be preserved and recognized at the museum with a night out at the Harvest of Memories this year.
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