Movie filmed in Sylvan to be shown at library

Remember that movie that was filmed in Sylvan Lake in 1990?

BY CORRIE BROWN

Remember that movie that was filmed in Sylvan Lake in 1990?

Well, Sylvan Lake Library has a copy of “Sylvan Lake Summer” starring Canadian favourites Lochlyn Munro, Robyn Stevan, Johannah Newmarch, Spencer Rochfort, and Christianne Hirt. We will be showing it at the library Friday (Dec. 27th) from 1:30-3:15 p.m.

Join us to wrap up Sylvan’s Centennial year with memories of a time gone by. Were you in the movie? Do you know someone who was an extra? Was your vehicle used as a prop? Come check it out!

Free to attend, popcorn and beverages will be provided; donations graciously accepted. See you there!

 

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