The Parksville Museum has released their calendar for 2020, featuring local historical photos from around the Parksville Qualicum Beach area. (Submitted photo)

Parksville museum 2020 calendars now on sale

Calendar features heritage photos uncovered from the archives

The Parksville Museum’s calendar for 2020 is now on sale.

The third annual edition of the popular calendar features a photo of the 125-year-old log cabin of St. Anne’s Church on the cover.

It also features a variety of historical photographs sourced from the photo archives of the Parksville Museum.

Photos included are a pastoral portrait of the Plummer family from the 1890s, a 1913 shot of Custance Comedy Co. in front of the train station that once stood beside Cameron Lake, the Parksville and Port Alberni soccer teams circa 1920 posing after a game on the Englishman River flats and more.

READ MORE: VIDEO: Parksville Museum celebrates multicultural day

“The 2020 calendar makes for a marvelous gift,” said the museum’s Leona Matte in a release.

Matte says that the calendars have sold out at Parksville’s Home Hardware, but there are still between 60 to 100 copies.

Calendars can be bought at the Fireside Books, Parks West, the Parksville Visitor Centre, Parksville’s Mulberry Bush Bookstore, The MAC Art Centre, the Parksville Legion and Dolly’s Home Hardware in Qualicum and the Qualicum Beach Museum.

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