Every year, the Historic Resources Management Branch organises a conference for Albertans involved in identifying, protecting or conserving historic places at the municipal level. We’re please to announce that the 2014 Municipal Heritage Forum will be held on October 16th and 17th.
The Municipal Heritage Forum is open to both municipal staff, elected officials and volunteers. It’s a great opportunity to see what your peers in other municipalities are working on and learn about the cutting edge of heritage conservation. If you are working with your municipality in some way to conserve historic places, please save those dates. (Check out some of our posts about past forums if you’d like to learn what the Municipal Heritage Forum is all about.)
We are excited to host this year’s forum in a municipality we haven’t held it in yet. Many of you haven’t been here (yet) and will be delighted by their conservation ethic. I’ve posted some pictures of their historic downtown.
Can you guess where the forum will be this year? Post your guess in the comment section, on our Facebook page or tweet us.
UPDATE: I guess the cat’s out of the bag: we plan to hold the 2014 Municipal Heritage Forum in the City of Lacombe.
Written by: Michael Thome, Municipal Heritage Services Officer.
7 thoughts on “Municipal Heritage Forum 2014—Save the Date!”
Lacombe! Perfect location for the heritage forum!
Lacombe is a great place to have the forum!!
Lacombe is a community which everyone seems to have a connection with. Great choice.
What fun it will be to meet at Lacombe with its heritage buildings, art galleries, writers (Fran Kimmel – nominated to Canada’s Top 40 Writers 2013) and so much more. Looking forward to it!
I lived in Lacombe for 7 very happy years of my childhood. The history there is so well preserved, and it will be great to talk about historic conservation in such a relevant setting!
You’re all correct. Lacombe it is.