Museum to hold Bedaux Expedition Fundraiser Friday

The North Peace Historical Society will hold a special evening Friday to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Bedaux Expedition.

The expedition by Charles Bedaux came through the North Peace trying to find a route to Alaska.

Local historian Larry Evans says his route was supposedly used to map out the Alaska Highway.

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The celebration will be held at the Lido Theatre beginning at 6:30pm. Tickets are available at the North Peace Museum or the Visitor Information Centre for $30.

They will also be available at the door for $40. The evening will also include a Frank Sinatra impersonator, champagne tasting, live auction and silent auction.

Proceeds from the evening will go to North Peace Museum.

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