Happy 150th Birthday Canada!
In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, Lori Beattie, owner or Fit Frog and author of Calgary’s Best Walks, is partnering with local charities for the WALK 150 initiative. Lori is donating 1500 copies of her book, Calgary’s Best Walks, to local charities and working with each one of them to build a walking initiative into their programming.
I LOVE TO WALK!
“Calgary is a walking city! Fresh, crisp air, big blue skies, nature tucked into all quadrants, hidden stairways, over 500 km of paved pathways and wonderful independent cafe’s where you can stop and recharge. I think the best way to celebrate Canada’s birthday is to introduce Calgarians to their wonderful city, to help them meet their neighbours, to help them experience the pleasure, the perspective, that comes from taking a walk.” Lori Beattie
WALK 150 partners
The FREE walking initiatives with each of these charities are being created in early 2017. Let’s be clear, there will be hundreds of FREE guided walks all over Calgary, with various angles and focusses, throughout 2017 and beyond. And 1500 Calgary’s Best Walks guidebooks will be given out in various ways, by all partner charities.
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Welcoming newcomers and celebrating diversity
Centre for Newcomers: Celebrating diversity and our multicultural city. FREE Guided Walks in various languages begin in May and June with Calgary Public Library. Check our calendar for FREE Walk 150 events and watch for the May/June program guide and register on-line at Calgary Public Library.
Vibrant Calgary! Connecting communities and meeting your neighbours
Calgary Public Library and Calgary Library Foundation: The #walk150 initiative is a work in progress! Expect to FREE guided Calgary walks with various themes throughout 2017 and beyond!
FREE Guided Walks begin in May and June with Calgary Public Library. Check our calendar for FREE Walk 150 events and watch for the May/June program guide and register on-line at Calgary Public Library
Walking for health
Alzheimer Association of Calgary: Improving brain health one step at a time.
Celebrating Calgary’s natural abundance, the wilds of the city
Good Grief!: Nature walking through grief and loss: 8 week program beginning in May, 2017 with Friends of Fish Creek Park
Friends of Fish Creek Park, Alberta Parks and Faculty of Health, Community and Education, Mount Royal University
April 20 at 7 -8 pm: Join Lori Beattie, author of Calgary’s Best Walks, for a presentation on Calgary’s Best Walks and learn more about the “Good Grief!: Nature walking through grief and loss” walking program. Registration through Friends of Fish Creek Park.