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Thursday, 26 October 2017 12:05

Harvest is coming to the Kootenai Brown Village this October

Written by  Demi Knight
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Fall is here and so is Kootenai Brown’s Pioneer Village first ever, ‘Taste of the Harvest Fest’ where on Oct. 28 from 5 p.m. locally brewed craft beers and the provinces own wines come together with mouth watering food, live music and a night of entertainment for all.

Museum Administrator at the Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village, Laura Korbett said this annual event is a great way to get locals and tourists alike familiar with the community and all it has to offer.
“The Taste of the Harvest 'Fest' is an event we are having at Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village in Pincher Creek to showcase local food, talent and local area beverages.”
“We will be featuring Oldman River Brewery craft beers from Lundbreck,” added Korbett on some of the local options available during the event.
“We will also have some Southern Alberta winery wines tasting done by Ranchland Liquor Den, amazing food cooked by our Chef Kevin Turner and entertainment by local musician Jim Peace.”
After several years of doing afternoon Harvest Festivals, the Kootenai Pioneer village decided to move their event to nighttime this year as a way to switch things up and feature local products in a new setting as the end of October nears, and the brisk weather settles in, said Korbett.
“Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village did an afternoon Harvest Festival for several years that was mostly geared towards kids but other local organizations are doing that now too so we decided to approach it differently and do it as a Taste of the Harvest 'Fest' to feature local products and make it an evening of food, drink and entertainment for all ages.”
“That way we can all have our events compliment each other rather than compete with each other in a smaller rural community,” added Korbett.

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