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Corn Roast – Beaver Creek

Taken in August 1937, this photo shows a corn roast at Beaver Creek. Corn roasts were traditionally events where the community would get together to preserve corn for the winter, but soon evolved into social activities for neighbours to get together. Often done in a potluck format with everyone contributing a dish, the highlight of corn roasts is of course, corn on the cob, roasted in hot coals.


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