Take in a vingtage movie at Lake Cowichan’s Kaatza Museum and Archives Friday

Vintage Movie Night is back at the Kaatza Station Museum & Archives at Saywell Park in Lake Cowichan on Friday, Oct. 21.

Vintage Movie Night is back at the Kaatza Station Museum & Archives at Saywell Park in Lake Cowichan on Friday, Oct. 21.

Over the years, they’ve shown old logging videos and other fun stuff and this time the screen at the big room at the Bell Tower School will feature Law of the Timber from 1941.

The show, which stars Monte Blue, Farrell MacDonald, and Marjorie Reynolds, features all sorts of frontier-style action and even includes a sheriff.

Showtime is 7 p.m.

Admission is by donation, which will be gratefully received by the museum.

Popcorn, tea and coffee will be available.

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