Wednesday, April 11, 2012
18:30 – 21:30
Registration required (see details below)
Schofield Hall, Town Hall
This activity is a production of the Mount Royal Centennial Celebration Society.
Team Captain: Wendy Graham
What would be more appropriate for the centennial celebrations than an evening devoted to telling the fascinating story of the town and it’s origins. By attending this event, you will discover how the Town’s history is intimately linked with Canada’s railways , learn about the vision that inspired landscape architect Frederick Gage Todd for his design of a ‘Garden City’ and the elaboration of the audacious urban plan that still characterizes the Town today.
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The conferences and history exhibit , organized by a dedicated team of design professionals and heritage advocates that live in the town, offer a special opportunity to learn about the rich heritage value of TMR, recently recognized as a national historic site by the Commission of Historical Sites and Monuments of Canada.
Have a look at our official poster [PDF 440kB] to learn more about this evening!
Reserve April 11th in your agenda for this special evening. Register in advance by sending an email to the attention of Wendy Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org
Discover the fabulous story of Mount Royal and share in the pride of being a Townie!