Pincher Creek and District Historical Society hosted their annual Harvest Festival at Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village on Saturday, September 19. The grounds are large, so none of the 200 people who attended had to feel crowded as there where a number of activities, games, and displays to check out, spread over 6 acres. At noon many on the grounds gathered to witness a presentation from Mayor Don Anderberg and Reeve Brian Hammond at which Fran and Colleen Cyr were recognized for the 10 years they have volunteered with the Pincher Creek and District Historical Society.
|Attendees Angelica and Natalee|
|Brooklyn Shakotko making rope|
|Carter Shakotko making rope|
|Town Councillor Wayne Elliott gets in touch with his equine side|
|Huge hay bale maze|
|Bailey gets her face painted|
|Trevor, Danielle, and Lane Duffield|