Maureen Sexsmith-West of Ladybug Arborists will discuss the value of trees in our neighbourhoods and yards. Learn more about specimen trees, the value of ongoing succession planting and the need to care for what you have.
Join historian Dr. Stéphane Guevremont for the first of two 75th anniversary lectures. Discover the greatest amphibious assault in history and follow the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division as it achieved glory on June 6, 1944. Learn about the planning and execution of this complex operation, including sea, air and land aspects. A multimedia lecture with photos and videos!
Explosions, elopements, love triangles and death—just some of the stories Belinda Crowson of the Lethbridge Historical Society has uncovered researching Lethbridge neighbourhoods. Discover these stories and more on this guided walking tour.
Join historian Dr. Stéphane Guevremont for the second 75th anniversary lecture. He will present a new and fascinating interpretation of the 1944 fighting in France focusing on the Canadian involvement, including little-known air and sea aspects of this famous battle beyond D-Day. View a display of some of his own battlefield photographs, plus rare wartime audio and video footage, including a short book review.
A neighbourhood that develops and grows relationships between residents is a neighbourhood that nurtures community health and resilience. But how is this relationship-building achieved? What do neighbours value in their sense of “neighbourhood”? Kevin MacLean of the Upper Vic Neighbourhood Association and Aimee Benoit, PdD Candidate at the University of Lethbridge, will share their knowledge and experiences on the benefits of engaging neighbours around “place” and how to build that engagement from the ground up.