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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The calendars that the North Peace Museum in Fort St. John are selling well according to Heather Sjoblom, the museums curator.

“They are selling well, but they could always be selling better. We had 57 boxes and I would say now we are down to about 48 boxes. As the year goes on, more people will get them. We will be taking them out to the Fall Fair and the Block Party and so on.”

The calendar is named “Miles and Miles of Miles and Miles” and features themes from construction to tourism. Themes include surveying, bridge building, the Charlie Lake Disaster, opening ceremonies, the impact of the highway on communities, and early travel along the highway.

There are photographs and a brief write-up on each monthly topic.

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Calendars are available at the Fort St. John North Peace Museum gift shop for $15.00 including tax.

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