Fifty years in the making at the Fernie Museum

Fernie and District Historical Society are celebrating their fiftieth anniversary. - Tamara Hynd
Fernie and District Historical Society are celebrating their fiftieth anniversary.
— image credit: Tamara Hynd

If you haven't been in to the freshly renovated and revamped Fernie Museum, the Fernie and District  Historical Society cordially invite you to a special party next week. The open house evening celebration will include the launch of “The Fernie Museum - 50 Years in the Making”, an exhibit in the museum gallery.  Mike Pennock and Laura Nelson will also be making “Keeping History Alive” presentations.

The open house is Thursday, February 27 from 4 to 7 pm. The “Keeping History Alive” presentations will be at 4:30 pm and 6 pm. For more information email or call (250) 423-7016.



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