HERITAGE BC UPDATE

MARCH 26 2015

CALL FOR ARTICLES

Adaptive Reuse
Heritage BC Quarterly Spring 2015

Our Winter Quarterly is now on it's way to you, we are working on the next issue. The theme of the Spring 2015 Heritage BC Quarterly is "Adaptive Reuse" and we are looking outstanding and creative examples from communities in British Columbia.

Do you know of a great example of Adaptive Reuse that we can feature? Send a 300 word description with photographs. Or do you have an idea for an articles based on the topic of Adaptive Reuse and Heritage Conservation?

Submit articles and proposals to amusmary@heritagebc.ca by 30 April.

Advertising space in the Spring Quarterly is also available. See below for more information on ad rates:

»Ad rates and specifications

To receive your copy of the Heritage BC quarterly, sign up for membership:

» Heritage BC Membership

 

 

  ADAPTIVE REUSE OPPORTUNITY

 

2015 HERITAGE LEGACY FUND

Currently Accepting Applications for the 2015 Heritage Legacy Fund

» Guidelines & Application Forms online

The Heritage Legacy Fund supports the conservation of heritage resources in British Columbia, as well as the promotion and increased public awareness, understanding, and appreciation of British Columbia’s heritage resources.

The Fund is open to registered non-profit societies, registered federal charities, local governments, self-governing First Nations and School Boards to apply for funding for heritage conservation and awareness.                                                   

Applicants must contact the Program Manager, Karen Dearlove, to confirm eligibility of your organization and project before accessing the online application.

*Deadline for Applications is Midnight Thursday April 30*



Find out more:

» Heritage Legacy Fund information

» HLF Conservation Worksheet

» HLF Awareness Worksheet

» HLF Guidelines

HERITAGE NEWS & EVENTS

Heritage Canada's "I Love My Main Street" Competition

Heritage Canada is giving Canadians a chance to show their love for their favourite main streets, with their "I Love My Main Street" competition. Whether it is a hometown, a nearby village or a favourite tourist destination, take a photo and show your love for Canada's historic main streets to get the chance to win a VIA rail travel voucher worth $2000.

» Enter the I Love My Main Street competition

 

Museum Interpreter (FT/PT) Job Openings at Kamloops Museum

Kamloops Museum is currently looking for a full-time and part-time Museum Interpreters. For more information, click the link below.

» City of Kamloops online recruitment centre

Studies in Building Conservation: Practical Building Conservation

The University of Victoria is offering a course in Building Conservation. The introductory course presents a range of subjects relating to fieldwork on conservation projects.

» Studies in Building Conservation: Practical Building Conservation

  

Heritage BC's 2015 Annual Conference in Rossland will be delving deeper into the 'main streets' topic.

» Heritage BC Annual Conference 2015
 "The Main Thing"

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