Food and fun at Beaulne
Coaticook’s Beaulne Museum held its 33rd edition of their Christmas Tea last Sunday. Every floor of the Chateau Arthur-Osmore-norton was full with the one hundred and eighty-six diners who attended the popular community event, raising $2000 for the museum. Visitors enjoyed the sumptuous buffet and listened to live music as they awaited the exciting prize draws at the end of the evening.
“The evening went very well and the Museum was full,” commented FrancoisThierry Toé, the Museum’s director and curator happily.
This year’s winners were: Marcel Fortin who won a stay at the Auberge le Bocage worth $275; Louise Bolduc who won a basket of Christmas decorations from Dupuis & Fils inc., valued at $150; and Mrs. Thibault wo won a dinner for four at the DT Bistro valued at $125.
The winner of the Sumptuous Dinner Party was also announced. Jeanne Plante, from Coaticook, will enjoy a gourmet dinner with many friends, prepared by Chef Dominic Tremblay, from Café Massawippi and Bistro sur Child in Coaticook, and served in the beautiful Chateau
Museum director Francois-thierry Toé (left) and Museum president Rosemary Schumacher (second from left) welcomed distinguished guests Minister Monique GagnonTremblay and Coaticook mayor Bertrand Lamoureux to last Sunday’s Christmas Tea.