HERITAGE BC UPDATE

MARCH 9 2015

Did you forget to renew your
Heritage BC Membership?

Hi Subscriber,

We wouldn't want you to miss out on the fantastic events and activities that Heritage BC has planned for 2015. Stay connected on emerging heritage issues, projects, events, legislation and people around the province. Be part of a growing group of professionals, community group and volunteers that care about the future heritage in B.C.

The Benefits of Membership!

• Heritage BC Quarterly delivered to your door
• 10% discount on display ads in Heritage BC Quarterly
• Our regular enews Update 
• Voting rights at the AGM
• 30% discount on HCNT Memberships
• Reduced event, workshop and webinar registration fees

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OCTOBER 2-3, 2015 ROSSLAND B.C.

Annual Conference 2015

The next Heritage BC annual conference is taking place in the mountaintop city of Rossland, B.C. on October 2-3, 2015. Why not plan a holiday roadtrip and explore the beauty of the Columbia Basin next fall? 

Members find out first about who the key speakers will be and will have first dibs at early bird registration rates. Make sure your membership is up to date. Watch for more details coming soon.

» EVENTS: Annual Conference

ANNUAL CONFERENCE
ROSSLAND B.C. 

HERITAGE BC QUARTERLY

Heritage Week Special Issue

Communities across the province celebrated Heritage Week with tea parties, pancake breakfasts, exhibitions, theatre, talks and tours...and lots of archive photos of Main Street: The Heart of the Community. The next Heritage BC Quarterly features stories, activities and members who participated.

Heritage BC Quarterly is one of the most popular member benefits! Watch for the Winter issue in your mailbox!

REMINDER: Articles and advertising deadline for the
Spring issue about Adaptive Reuse is May 4, 2015.

» Heritage BC Quarterly

And don't forget to share events and photos on Facebook HeritageBC and Twitter @HeritageBCanada 

 

             




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