Debbie Collett was dressed in the spirit of the event as she enjoyed a plate of Bavarian fare. Flint House served up a smorgasbord of tasty food, ranging from bratwurst and Black Forest ham to soft pretzels and cheese dip.
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The appeal of German desserts made upstairs at the museum a popular stop for the those attending “Novemberfest.” Here, Jason and Barb Kabel each indulged their sweet tooth.
Jordie Baird performed songs throughout most of the evening, only take short breaks for the stein-holding contests and live auction.
Diane Clifford, left, Val Calder, and Min Crowe had a friendly chat as music played and festive laughter filled the air on the main floor of the museum Thursday evening during “Novemberfest.”
Laura Gosse, community engagement co-ordinator for the Fort Frances Museum & Cultural Centre, showed off a set of paddles made and donated by Friends of the Museum members Eric Fagerdahl during the live auction. One paddle has an image of the “Hallett" burned into it while the other depicts the "Owandem.”
Volunteer Jorja Pope, top left, offered Ron Bridgeman some sandwiches while her friend, and Bridgeman's granddaughter, Piper Cross, refilled his coffee Sunday afternoon during the annual Remembrance Day Tea hosted by the Legion Ladies' Auxiliary at the Legion Hall.
Fort Frances Lakers' forward Brett Hahkala did his best to tip a shot in front of Minnesota Iron Rangers' goalie Nick Corneliusen during the third period of his squad's 4-0 win Friday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. Hahkala scored a second-period goal to help pace the Lakers to their seventh win of the season.
Mike Reid with a trophy musky that he caught and released earlier this week on Lake of the Woods.
Isabella Fortes had her eyes focused on where the puck was going, and did her best to keep it from entering the net, during the first period of the Muskie girls' hockey team's 5-0 loss to the Fort Frances Bantam 'AA' Canadians on Saturday morning at the annual Scott Clendenning Memorial Showcase at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Tatum Glowasky looked to drive to the hoop during the second half of the Muskie junior girls' basketball team's 29-19 win over the visiting Kenora Broncos in the NorWOSSA regular-season finale last Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 30). Glowasky netted five points to help pace the Muskies' offence in their league-leading seventh win of the eight-game season.