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Clothing and props used on CBC's Heartland could be yours

An online auction is being held to give fans a chance to own a piece of Heartland

Fans of Heartland have a chance to take home items worn on screen by Amber Marshall and other stars of the long-running TV series. 

The items are available for bidding during a Heartland Fan Appreciation Auction held in collaboration with Hall’s Auction Services Ltd. 

The auction website says it is the first-ever opportunity for fans to own a piece of the show. 

Online bidding runs until March 24, and 318 items are available, ranging from clothing to props to furniture. 

Heartland has made it into the record books as the longest-running one-hour drama in Canadian TV history.

High River is known as the “Home of Heartland” and the show has been filmed there and around Millarville in Foothills County. 

The CBC original series is based on books by Lauren Brooke. 

Robert Korotyszyn

About the Author: Robert Korotyszyn

Robert Korotyszyn covers Okotoks and Foothills County news for and the Western Wheel newspaper. For story tips contact [email protected]
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