Forum 2013 – Thank you!

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Participants in the 7th Annual Municipal Heritage Forum, gathered at Knox Church in Old Strathcona, September 20th, 2013.

On behalf of our whole Municipal Heritage Services team, we would like to express our sincere thanks to all those of you who participated in this year’s Municipal Heritage Forum at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village and in the Old Strathcona Provincial Historic Area. The weather was gorgeous, we had fun together, and learned a lot about “The ABCs of Conservation.” 

Your contribution really helped to make the 7th Annual Municipal Heritage Forum a very positive event. We couldn’t have done it without you all! Whether you were presenting or just there to connect and share your local knowledge and experience, it all made a big difference.

You should see some of the great content from “The ABCs of Conservation,” including HD video of some of the Forum presentations, featured here on RETROactive over the next few weeks.

See you next year at Forum 2014! 

4 thoughts on “Forum 2013 – Thank you!

  • It was an amazing opportunity to learn much more about your programs and I enjoyed interacting with professionals from across the province. I learned a lot. Thanks from Wainwright.

  • Village of Holden enjoyed the event! We re-hashed the highlights of ‘what we learned’ at a heritage committee meeting this week.
    We also wondered if you could provide a list of the delegates and what their connection is to heritage (municipal rep, consultant, provincial staff, etc.) in the future?

    • We’re pleased you enjoyed the conference, Katherine. I’ll look into providing a list of delegates. I don’t think we can post that on the blog, but perhaps we can email a list to you. I’ll have to check the rules and get back to you.


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