Saturday, December 10, 2016

KBPV cookie sale draws a crowd

Brenda Sorge with Danika and Grayson
Toni Lucas - The doors to Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village were open wide with people streaming in and out hauling away all things sweet and sugary on Sunday, December 4. Billed as 'The Largest Christmas Cookie Sale in Pincher Creek History' the front building hosted tables of treats for the public. Over 15 people contributed to the baking, and 51 different cookies were presented. President of the Pincher Creek and District Historical Society Colleen Cyr said the funds with go to help KBPV open a coffee shop in the spring which will be attached to the Beere Hall on the grounds.

Crystal and Grady MacIntosh deciding on treats
"This is the fourth year of the cookie sale, and it gets bigger and better every year," said Cyr who was already planning for the next event on the grounds, the Christmas in the Village which is to be held on Saturday, Dec. 10.  For more information about that event, click here.

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