Alberni city street banners for sale

The eye-catching banners that have graced Port Alberni’s streets throughout the 2012 centennial celebrations will soon be coming down.

The eye-catching banners that have graced Port Alberni’s streets throughout the 2012 centennial celebrations will soon be coming down. Own a special souvenir commemorating the incorporation of the cities of Port Alberni and Alberni and buy a banner.

A limited number will be available for purchase for $50 each at the Alberni Valley Museum in May, once they have been cleaned. All three designs are available to choose from. Pre-orders are being accepted now, to reserve yours please call the Alberni Valley Museum Gift Shop at 250-720-2863.

All three designs will be available – the first train, the pioneers and the first city councils. To reserve one, please call the Alberni Valley Museum Gift Shop at 250-720-2863. Museum hours are: Tuesday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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