September 14 | 7:00pm
Calgary Central Library, Patricia A Whelan Performance Hall
Fort Calgary has a complicated history because it ushered colonialism into what we call Calgary today. This session will explore insights about decolonization by pondering ways to reckon with Fort Calgary’s past, and how we can collectively step into new stories.
This program will be available both in-person and virtually.
In partnership with Fort Calgary and the Chinook Country Historical Society.
October 19 | 7:00pm
Peter Peller, Librarian, University of Calgary
Come explore the cartographic history of southern Alberta from the first explorers to the beginnings of the modern era and discover how to access the related maps. Along the way, listen to the narrative describing their creation and learn about the interesting ways that researchers are using the information within them to tell their own stories.