The project, which the historical society started working on seven years ago, is currently planned to coincide with the arrival of Communities In Bloom judges Evelyn Alemanni and Gaétan Deschênes. They who are scheduled to evaluate Pincher Creek on July 25 as part of the Communities in Bloom International Challenge - Small Category.
Curator Farley Wuth called this a "long term, permanent project," saying it could generate interest in downtown Pincher Creek. He hopes to include more businesses and integrate QR codes in the future. The unveiling is intended to line up with the 50th anniversary of the Pincher Creek and District Historical Society.
The Pincher Creek Historical Society is still gathering information and photographs. If anybody wishes to submit them, they can contact them at 403-627-3684, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in person at the Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village.
Related stories and links
- Communities In Bloom puts Pincher Creek on the International stage this year
- Celebrating 50 years of the Pincher Creek and District Historical Society
- Pincher Creek first in class at 2015 Communities in Bloom awards
- Communities in Bloom judges say Pincher Creek is special
- Communities In Bloom Pincher Creek webpage
- Walking tour of Pincher Creek from 2012