Interested in the history of machines? Reynolds Museum is a world class facility that is restoring and preserving the history of the automobile, aircraft and other machines. Come see the public display areas showcasing the tremendous examples of our past modes of transportation. Then discover how a rusted old shell of a vehicle is transformed into a shining, proud, and operational machine!|
Plan to bring the whole family for an interesting and fun-filled day including an excellent lunch at the Blacktop Diner.
WHEN: Saturday June 7, 2003, 11:00 a.m.
WHERE: Reynolds Museum, Main Entrance
West side of Wetaskiwin, on Hwy 13
COST: For "Friends of the Museum" members:
$18 per person,
$7 per child under 12
If you are not a Friends of the Museum member:
$25 per person,
$12 per child under 12
Cost includes admission, guided tour, and roast beef dinner, hamburgers for children under 12
Registration is required: Must be received by Shirley Layne no later than 4:00pm, Tuesday, June 3, 2003.
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
11:00 Welcome, attendance, tickets, initial "walk-around"
11:30 Introduction by Museum , Personnel and video "Changing Gears"
Noon Lunch at the "Blacktop Diner"
1:00 Guided tour of the Restoration Shop
2:00 - Time to explore the museum
Save money and support a worthwhile cause - join "Friends of the Museum". Benefits include free admission to Reynolds for you and your family for a year, and half price admission to other museums in Alberta. For further details, check out www.Machinemuseum.net
If you have questions, contact Gerry Pyper, P.Eng. (Phone: 403-782-4923)
Please note: these mailouts are being phased out to save money. Future notices will be by email only. Please ensure you inform Shirley of your email address soon!