The Art and Allure of Mysteries. In this special session of our Arts and Humanities Speakers Series, award-winning mystery writer Gail Bowen will speak and engage in a lively Q & A with the audience. See the CALL website for more detail
Saturday, September 30
10:30-11:30 a.m. Repeat Sunday, October 1, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Where Were You in 1967? In the context of Canada 150, CALL members Brenda Falle and DarleneZdunich are creating a slide show about what folks were up to in Canada’s Centennial year. Bring your photos or artifacts and have your picture taken for the slideshow!
Memories of King Edward School, hosted by CALL Past President, Patricia Roome. This event will feature an overview of the school’s history as well as photos and stories collected from our members, and others who were connected with the King Edward School as students, teachers, staff, etc.
Sunday, October 1 12:30 - 1:25 p.m.
Repeat - 1:30
Illustrated Historical Presentation on the Land where cSpace King Edward is Located. Bill Snow, Consultation Manager, Stoney Tribal Administration, will provide an overview of the 10,000 year Indigenous history of southern Alberta, with emphasis on the making of Treaty Seven. CALL Past President, Don Smith will then focus on "early" Calgary's "modern" history-- the 40 years from the founding of the NWMP fort in 1875 to the opening of King Edward School. A short Q&A will follow this joint presentation.
1:30 p.m. Repeat - 2:30 if there is sufficient demand.
Walking Tour of King Edward Neighbourhood, led by local historian Harry Sanders.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: CALL members are invited to participate in this weekend event by signing up to spend an hour or two meeting people who drop by our room, and telling them about CALL. If you are interested in doing this, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Marika Kohut at email@example.com