A HUGE thanks to the volunteers who led our 78 walks. And all the people who joined you.
Save the date: The next Jane’s Walk festival is May 3, 4, 5, 2019 – in Calgary and around the world.
Jane Jacobs (1916-2006) Jane was an urbanist and activist whose writings championed a fresh, community-based approach to city building. She saw cities as ecosystems that had their own logic and dynamism which would change over time according to how they were used. With a keen eye for detail, she wrote eloquently about sidewalks, parks, retail design and self-organization. At the core of her work and thinking was the need to get out and walk your city and observe how people, through their actions and interactions, create communities with a strong sense of belonging.
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Walk and talk about Nose Hill’s ancestral roots, modern history and ecology, and – if we like – our own memories
Alley Ways – The hidden gems of established communities? The future of density? The future of connections and pathways?
From amusement park to friendly neighbourhood: The evolution of Valley Ridge
Strengthening Women’s Mental Health Through Building Community.
We’ll start at the new Blakiston Park, take a closer look at the existing towers, and see what the future plans are.
Walk with local poet, Juleta Severson-Baker, taking time to listen to poetry inspired by the park, and to write some poems of your own!
Join the Mayor of Calgary’s very own Music Mile for stories and inside scoop on the local music scene.
Join us for a walk through the heart of our 60-plus year-old community. Find out how a suburb in the ‘sticks’ has evolved.
Grab a blanket and drum, and head up the East Side of Nose Hill Park for an Indigenous Sharing Circle.