We are now partnered with the city so if you sign up for this event using the following link you will be entered for a chance to win a $50 cineplex gift card.
Our event is still set for Saturday May 7th meeting at the Swanavon School at 3pm for the scrub and 5pm for the BBQ. (details: https://swanavon.wordpress.com/2016/04/11/swanavon-neighbourhood-scrub/)
Swanavon History Wednesday! No picture this time but a snippet of history on a prominent neighbourhood feature. Also if anyone has some history to share please feel free to get in touch email@example.com
History Wednesday on a Thursday! Here is an aerial photograph (1929) with a good view of Downtown (top part of photo), Muskoseepi Park (left part of photo), and Northern Swanavon (lower right part of photo).
History Wednesday! As always if you have a story and or photo to share feel free to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s Wednesday so here is our little piece of history for the day. This photo is looking south down Carriage Lane (currently known as 102nd Street) from 96th Avenue in 1928. http://www.albertaonrecord.ca/is-gpr-1303826
Tuesday April 5th 12:30-1:30pm HIV 101 Lunch and Learn. Follow the link to learn more.
The city of Medicine Hat, Alberta has kicked homelessness to the curb.
Find out more about Grande Prairie’s initiative at the following link: http://www.cityofgp.com/index.aspx?page=2284
And a good fit for one of Grande Prairie’s most historic neighbourhoods would be to get started get started with some history. We are going to try to make this a weekly feature so if you have any historic photos or stories to share feel free to inbox us or send an email to email@example.com.