Nobody said fundraisers can’t be a rockin’ good time.
The Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum is kicking off its fundraising season this Friday with Band in the Barn.
The fun begins at 7:30 p.m. at Joey Rigg and Pete Wilke’s historic farmhouse and barn.
Featuring music from the band Dark Horse along with an open bar and snacks, the museum assures that it will be a night of fun and dancing.
Member of the museum’s board of directors Stewart Hall plays drums in Dark Horse and said that coming out for a night of soul, rock and more is worth it to support a worthy cause.
“The idea is just to have a really fun party, listen to some music and enjoy the heritage farm,” Hall said.
He added that the museum is a unique institution in our small town.
“It’s the oldest museum in Ontario. It’s the repository for all the town’s archives so it has information that actually goes back to before the town’s founding,” he said.
To support the NOTL Museum and enjoy a night of live music, purchase advance tickets for $80 each at notlmuseum.ca/whats-on/view/id/523.
Each ticket holder will be issued a $40 tax receipt. Band in the Barn’s rain date is July 30.