The North East Winnipeg Historical Society’s Walking Tour & Events

It’s that time of the year again to put those walking shoes on, and join us on our first walking tour of 2015!

The Louise Bridge District walking tour, our new tour, falls in conjunction with Jane’s Walk 2015!  Please see enclosed poster for details, also on the Jane’s Walk website http://janeswalk.org/canada/winnipeg/louise-bridge-district/

 When:  Sunday May 3rd, 2015 at 1:00PM (rain/shine)

 Where:  meeting in the Ernie O’Dowda Memorial Park (Midwinter Ave.) at the west end closer to Disraeli Freeway

 For information:  call Donna 204.339.2547 or email  [email protected]

 Next Meetings:  3rd Wednesday of the month –  May 20th, June 17th, September 16th, October 21st, November 18th & December 16th, 2015 at 7:00PM

New LocationBronx Park Community Centre, 720 Henderson Highway

We have enclosed a poster of the walking tour for you to print/forward to any interested parties.  Hope to see you there!!!

 

Events:

Sunday May 3rdLouise Bridge District walking tour (see above)

Thursday May 7thRed River Heritage Fair at the University of Winnipeg

Saturday May 9th from 11AM – 5 PM, we will be at the Manitoba Museum celebrating Manitoba Day, a fun filled celebration with free admission at the museum.  We will have lots of maps and information at this event.

Saturday June 13th from 11AM – 3PM, we will be at ‘Happy Days on Henderson’

June – TBA – lecture – Gordon Goldsborough – on Manitoba Historical Society, pictorial of historical spaces in rural Manitoba & the program to document historic locations

August – Elmwood Cemetery Tour – summer TBA

 

We also have a second new walking tour for this year, Bunn’s Creek Walking Tour, a beautiful nature walk sprinkled with bits of history; TBA on this tour.

My Warmest Regards,

Donna Cudmore – NEWHS Inc./Publicity Chair

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