HERITAGE BC UPDATE
A NEW OFFICE
Heritage BC is on the move!
Heritage BC has found a new home for the foreseeable future. We will be moving into a new office space in West Vancouver that is generously donated by Seacliff Properties. The official move is Tuesday, May 20 2014.
Feel free to visit us to learn more about all the exciting new opportunities ahead and meet the new Heritage BC team including Sarah Irwin, Office Administrator, and Karen Dearlove, Capacity Planner.
HERITAGE BC OFFICE:
102-657 Marine Drive, Vancouver V7T 1A4
TOLL FREE 1.855.349.7243
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Cumberland: Heritage Basics
One of the new HeritageBC workshops was presented to the Village of Cumberland's newly formed Heritage Commission, councillors, mayor and members from the community on May 5 2014.
Karen Dearlove, Capacity Planner, lead an interactive 'Heritage Basics' workshop to help guide participants in making decisions about the Village of Cumberland’s Historic Village Commercial Core Heritage Conservation Area and future heritage conservation planning.
We look forward to working further with the Village of Cumberland with workshops on 'Writing Statements of Significance' and 'Community Heritage Values'.
Find out more about bringing a HeritageBC Workshop to your community heritage commission, municipality and nonprofit historical organization:
» Heritage BC Community Workshops
VILLAGE OF CUMBERLAND
SEPTEMBER 26 & 27, 2014
Heritage BC Conference
Save the date! The Annual Conference and Awards Ceremony will be in Cloverdale, BC this fall. We'd like to know what educational opportunities you are interested in.
Please fill out our easy on-line survey for a chance to win a complimentary Heritage BC membership.
Non profit heritage groups, sustainability practitioners, students, businesses, heritage planners and professionals, representatives from all levels of government, heritage commission members and the general public interested in heritage conservation – we want to hear from you!
Photo: Cloverdale Station 1911, Surrey Archives
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UPCOMING EVENTS & COURSES
New Westminster Heritage Homes Tour & Tea
SUNDAY, MAY 25, 10am - 5pm
35th Annual NWHPS Tour with 14 venues featuring an eclectic mix of residential and commercial properties from one of the first houses built in Queen's Park in 1891 to a mid-century modern church built in 1959. Presented by the New Westminster Heritage Preservation Society $40 non-members/$35 members: www.newwestheritage.org
CRM: Industrial Heritage HA 489A
JUNE 2-7 MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA
MEDALTA POTTERY NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
Industrial plants can bring with them a whole series of challenges, both from a technical and philosophical perspective. Join us at the Medicine Hat Historic Clay District, as we examine the issues surrounding industrial sites through first-hand experience. A major flood hit the site a year ago and extensive flood mitigation is currently underway. For those interested in disaster recovery, this will be a great opportunity to see one in action.
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Approaching the Past: History of Policing
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 5-7PM
MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY
A free tour with Vancouver historian John Aitkin with stories of Vancouver police officers and firefighters who have died in the line of duty. Everyone welcome! The History Education Network (THEN/HiER)
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Intangible Cultural Heritage
THURSDAYS, JUNE 26, JULY 3 & 10, 2014 3-5:00pm PDT
UNESCO’s recognition of Intangible Cultural Heritage has led to questions about its identification, protection and sustainability, the role of the associated community, and the connection of intangible and tangible heritage – place and object. Click here for this important online workshop:
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