Beaulne’s Annual Feast
The Beaulne Museum in Coaticook is organizing its 34th annual « Christmas Tea,» which is an important fundraising event. The 2012 Edition is very special because of the centenary celebration of the Château Norton.
« Christmas Tea» has become a genuine tradition treasured by everyone. Every year the halls of the Château Arthur-Osmore-Norton fill with enthralled residents from Coaticook and elsewhere, wanting to live a magical ambiance. The guests are plunged into the Christmas spirit kindled by the beautiful Christmas decorations inside and outside of the Château, and by a hearty welcome that is always appreciated. The evening highlight is a sumptuous buffet, which is served on two floors accompanied by music and ending with prize draws. In short an outstanding and unforgettable celebration.
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Tickets will be selling fast to the annual Christmas Tea, which is really a sumptuous meal, which will be held at the Beaulne Museum on December 2nd.