Back by popular demand, the North Lanark Regional Museum will be holding its Annual Apple Pie Fest on Sunday, September 20th. Featuring home-made apple pie and a Classic Car Show, it’s an event you don’t want to miss!
Did you know that the charming village of Appleton was originally known as Apple Tree Falls in honour of the abundance of apple trees growing along the banks of the Mississippi River? Celebrate the village’s namesake by joining us for a slice of delicious apple pie and a scoop of vanilla ice cream! Check out the classic cars and take a stroll through the Museum’s collection. There will be sittings at 1:00 and 2:30 pm. Tickets are $10 and are available for purchase at the Museum or at Baker Bob’s in Almonte. All funds raised will go towards the Museum Accessibility Project, future exhibitions, and overall visitor experience.
While you’re here, make sure to visit our current exhibit, The Art and Artists of Photography. From antique cameras and tintypes to the work of local, contemporary photographers, the exhibition showcases the best of the Museum’s vast photography collection, to illuminate the medium’s history and inspire its viewers. Featuring the work of local photographers Alan Mirabelli, Lee Brebner, and Audrey Buckingham, the exhibition offers something for everyone to enjoy, from history buffs to art lovers alike!
Hope to see you there!