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Celebrating our heritage at the Lacombe Culture and Harvest Festival

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Lacombe, Alberta (September 26, 2019) – Lacombe and area residents  have the chance to discover, experience and celebrate arts and culture in their community at the annual Lacombe Culture and Harvest Festival, held during Alberta Culture Days, Sept. 27–29.

“We are in the eighth year of this festival. As it continues to grow, we are proud to offer the community a wide variety of concerts, art exhibits, tours, demonstrations, crafts and more,” said Lacombe Regional Tourism Executive Director Angelique Hand. “I would also like to express our sincere thanks to our sponsors, program partners and volunteers who make this festival possible each year.”

As part of the celebration, all provincial historic sites and museums that are open for the weekend are offering free admission and special programs for Albertans

“This year we are pleased to welcome the Honourable Leela Aheer, Alberta Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women, on Sunday for a tour of Lacombe during her first official visit to the city,” said Mayor Grant Creasey. “I encourage all residents to come out this weekend and participate in the arts and cultural life of our community. With music, dance, food, crafts and more, there’s something for everyone!” 

The Lacombe Culture and Harvest Festival is an annual festival that celebrates agricultural heritage and showcases the arts and culture of our lively, vibrant and diverse community.  The festival runs in conjunction with National Culture Days and Alberta Culture Days, September 27-29, 2019, and features 30+ activities and events.

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