History is a popular topic this week with two of the top articles falling under our “living history” section. And we can tell the community is getting geared up for the Word on the Street festival this fall with increasing popularity of the online book and poetry reviews! There is a little something for anyone of any interest if you check out Lethbridge living’s top 6 articles of the week!
Engaging the Youth of our city: Youth One strives to help Lethbridge youth in three ways. Learn more about this organization and its mission to engage, empower, and unite 14 – 18 year-olds in the city with this top article.
The countdown continues: The Word on the Street Festival is coming to town this fall. In anticipation of its commencement, Lethbridge living is featuring work by a different writer as we count down the weeks to September 24. Check out this top article highlighting “Book of Knots” by Jay Gamble!
What do you think of Lethbridge Parks? The City of Lethbridge needs your help! Read this article and tell them what you think of parks in Lethbridge.
The Checkered Flag: Lethbridge has an extensive car racing history which has contributed to Street Wheelers and other automobile enthusiasts and groups in our community. One of the first races was held here more than 100 years ago! This top article, courtesy of Galt Museum & Archives, outlines the history of some of the first car races in Southern Alberta.
Leo Singer: This business served the downtown core of Lethbridge for nearly 60 years! Do you remember seeing it around? Another top article courtesy of Galt Museum & Archives, offers a little bit of insight to this man’s dream and legacy within the community.
Community Gardens: What is a community garden? Where are they? How do I get involved? Well, they’re sprouting up all over Lethbridge and gaining popularity among residents. This top article by Katherine Wasiak is sure to answer these questions and illustrate the benefits of getting involved.