Images of Curley or book cover available [UPDATED]Published 10:04am Monday, January 28, 2013 Updated 12:06pm Monday, January 28, 2013
The Stevens County Historical Museum in Morris is sponsoring another Facebook contest beginning Feb. 1. Through a random drawing of you can win a copy of Karen Aakre’s book, “A Goat’s Tail: Curley Gets Cold Feet.”
“A Goat’s Tail” was written by Aakre and published by their family to tell the true story of Curly the Angora goat who escaped from a 2011 Christmas Eve service in Fergus Falls.
Curly’s adventures continued for 25 days and made international headlines. Aakre is one of the artists represented in the museum’s current From Sheep to Shawl exhibit that runs through Feb. 28.
Visit the Stevens County Historical Museum page and click the Like button to enter.
Those who already like the page and new visitors can earn extra chances to win the book with shares, comments, visiting the exhibit and sharing a photo on your Facebook timeline or by attending the society’s annual meeting program on the Historic Uses of Wool on Sunday, Feb. 10. The contest will run until the exhibit closes on Feb. 28.
The winner’s name will be drawn virtually using a random number generator and announced on the museum homepage, www.stevenshistorymuseum.com as well as their Facebook page.