Good morning everyone!
There is so much information out there these days and unfortunately, a lot of it is negative.
We thought we would share with you some of our favourite Facebook pages to visit. We are all going to be spending lots of time online these next few days so we wanted to give you something FUN & ENGAGING to visit!
Please hit “Share” on Facebook and help us share our message with your family and friends…let’s get people enjoying some fun, engaging and positive posts, article and videos!
ALBERTA HISTORIC PLACES
This is a fun Facebook page for Albertans interested in historic places to connect with each other and staff of the Historic Resources Management Branch of Alberta Culture and Tourism.
PROVINCIAL ARCHIVES OF ALBERTA
Our provincial archives are second to none! This is a fun page where you can read articles, watch videos, etc.
I LIVED IN JASPER PLACE BEFORE IT BECAME PART OF EDMONTON
For our members who grew up in Jasper Place BEFORE it became part of Edmonton…this is a fun group. Lots of photos and some great conversations!
If you enjoy looking at photos of old cars and trucks (who doesn’t!) and enjoy going to museums, you can enjoy spending some time this week, looking at the Reynolds Museum and the Royal Albert Museum’s Facebook pages!
We have planned travel trips to both museums in the past and heard nothing but great feedback from our members
ROYAL ALBERT MUSEUM
Who doesn’t enjoy reading about NASA and space! From amazing photography to updates on the space program, this is a fun Facebook page to visit too!
For years National Geographic has been amazing us with photos and articles about the amazing word we live in. Here are 2 Facebook pages where you can spend hours reading and looking at some of the amazing photography they capture
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ADVENTURE
ASK A GENEALOGIST!
“Ask the Genealogist” is being offered by the St. Albert Public Library Genealogy Club during the COVID-19 pandemic, in support of the closure of St. Albert Public Library. The Genealogy Club normally meets at SAPL every month and their goal is to support genealogists during this time of isolation.