Alberta Arts days a sucessful
weekend for enthusiasts
Linsday Goss photo
A fun filled weekend of activities took place during the Arts Days weekend at the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre and Harvest of Memories.
Pass Herald Reporter
The Harvest of Memories, an essential annual fundraiser for the Crowsnest Museum, aims to draw together the elegant aesthetics of the past, providing a night of classy entertainment that continues to be a community success.
The year’s eighth annual event took place at the Elks Hall in Blairmore and hosted approximately 150 people. The facility was entirely decorated with the help of caterer Country Encounters to provide a unique experience.
Like years that have passed, the event received strong support from the local community in terms of items donated to the live and silent auctions.
“The event is turning out quite well,” said Fred Bradley, past president of the Historic Society. “The turnout is good, and everyone seems to have a good time.”
Proceeds made by the live and silent auctions will go toward the Crowsnest Museum and Historical Society.
The Franks Slide Interpretive Centre also celebrated the weekend with the exhibit “Alberta Landscape” as well as interpretive presentations.