-9.4 C
Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Tag: lecture

Healthy Lethbridge Event

Join Dr. Kim Raine, lead researcher on Alberta’s 2017 Nutrition Report Card on Food Environments for Children and Youth, as she presents her findings.

A Sick History of Lethbridge

Belinda Crowson will share the stories of Lethbridge’s breweries and the people behind the brews.

Just Scan It

Digital images are easy to copy and share with your loved ones! Come to learn how to scan photographic prints, negatives and slides and store them digitally long term.

Southern Alberta’s History Through the Oldman’s Eyes

Viewed from the eyes of the Oldman River, our shared history is fascinating.

Downtown Lethbridge Walking Tour

Join us for a walking tour to learn about the fascinating history of buildings in downtown Lethbridge.

SMRID: Past, Present & Future

Come find out about the history and importance of the St. Mary River Irrigation District

Archives 101

This is the chance to be introduced to the fantastic historical resources in the Galt Archives.

History of Irrigation in Southern Alberta

Ron McMullin, Executive Director of the Alberta Irrigation Projects Association, will share the history of irrigation in southern Alberta, today's irrigation system and what irrigation does for the region.

Local History on Facebook

Learn how to promote the local heritage on the most popular social platform!

Churchill and the Royals

Dr. Stéphane Guevremont will provide a unique look at Winston Churchill and his lifelong relationship with the British monarchy.

Wildlife of Waterton Park

Join authors and photographers Ian Wilson and Jacinthe Lavoie as they share personal encounters and vivid images of the hoofed, clawed and winged creatures of Waterton Park.

Locate Your Female Ancestors

Locate sources and follow leads to find out about your female ancestors.

Leftist Politics in Postwar Southern Alberta

U of L history student Mack Penner will share findings from his oral history research project on the political left in southern Alberta.
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