(Photo by Leah Bousfield/Rimbey Review)

(Photo by Leah Bousfield/Rimbey Review)

Beatty Heritage House Year in Review

As 2022 draws to a close, still stands the Beatty House at the age of 97 looking lovely amidst the thousands of lights strung in celebration of the Christmas season.

After the socially-limiting two years of COVID-19, we are happy to report that Rimbey’s Historic House is back in circulation.

This past year, in addition to our annual events marking Earth Day, the Rodeo Parade Barbecue, and Alberta Culture Days, the Beatty Heritage House has been the chosen venue for several birthday parties, a 50th Wedding Anniversary celebration, a tea party, meetings of various groups, the Amnesty International Vigil for Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls, arts workshops, and a creative arts exhibition/sale.

Thanks to all who have supported the Beatty Heritage House through donations of time, talent, cash, attendance at our events, use of the venue and membership in our Society.

– Florence Stemo- Secretary – Beatty Heritage House Society

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