Falling for Fall in Beaverlodge
Sep 7, 2012
If you haven’t had a chance to check out the South Peace Centennial Museum this season, there is a perfect opportunity happening this Sunday, September 9th. The museum is holding their annual Autumn Festival, a day filled with “old-time” activities brought back to life for both young and old to enjoy.
Museum events such as this one have been huge hits with kids who may have never experienced real farm life. Spectators will get a firsthand look at how vintage equipment works and other event activities will test attendee endurance with real farmhand-fun activities like bale stacking and cross-cut log sawing.
The South Peace Centennial Museum is an interpretive centre that is focused on restoring antique equipment. The grounds feature a pioneer village where visitors can browse antiques and relics exactly the way they were years ago.
The Autumn Festival will be the last event of the season for the SPCM and everyone is welcome to come take part in the fall excitement and celebrate Grandparents' Day.
For more information check out the event listing.