Boogie this weekend for East Coulee bridge
OrJani ers of the second ann al adlands ooJie this weekend are hoSinJ to brinJ in Sroceeds to helS establish the ast Co lee Tr ss ridJe as a to rist attraction and historical site.
et Sroceeds from the three-day bl es rock co n- try and folk festival at Pict re Co lee near ast Co - lee feat rinJ headliners -ake atthews erny T rnb ll and Shane Chrisholm will Jo towards Slans to create inter- Sretive siJnaJe at the bridJe which is the last remaininJ wooden owe Tress train bridJe in western Canada even tho Jh the bridJe is owned by Canadian Pacific 5ail.
We want to make it a tourist attraction now – even though there are chainlink fences on the bridge, people can stop and see it.” John Graham Organizer
e want to make it a to rist attraction now even tho Jh there are chainlink fences on the bridJe SeoSle can stoS and see it said orJani er -ohn raham who said they hoSe to b ild the siJnaJe on the so th side of the bridJe.
ast year orJani ers raised after heavy rains damSered attendance and the f nds are beinJ held in tr st at eminJ and $ssociates aw Office in Strathmore.
Thirfty-five bands will take the staJe thro Jho t the abo r ay weekend from riday SeStember to S nday SeStember . CamSinJ and festival Sasses are available on eventbrite.ca.
Organizers of the second annual Badlands Boogie this weekend hope to raise funds to establish interpretive signage at the East Coulee Truss Bridge in Kyle Smylie order to establish it as a tourist destination. submitted