Eastend Community Asset Mapping: What Makes your Community Special? | Thursday, April 27, 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Community Asset Mapping: What Makes your Community Special?
A South West District and Town of Eastend Community-Partnership Workshop
April 27, 2023
12:30 – 4:30 pm
Coffee and Snacks included
Location: Tea Room, Eastend Memorial Hall
Registration Deadline: Friday, April 21, 2023
Residents of Eastend and the nearby municipalities and First Nation communities are invited to attend a Community Asset Mapping Workshop, facilitated by Kristin Enns-Kavanagh, M.A. (she/her), Executive Director, Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society.
This workshop focuses on teaching participants about intangible cultural heritage in their localized communities through collaboration, presentations, and fun activities.
- Learn about the ways people express the unique local identity and values of the places we live, and how that contributes to a sense of identity and belonging.
- Raise awareness of how community heritage connects with other municipal amenities to benefit the overall health of the community.
- Learn about how mapping community assets, places and spaces can be a helpful tool in planning.
You will bring valuable insights and contributions to the Community Mapping Experience.
For more information or to register via phone:
Rosa Vázquez, Tourism & Economic Development, Town of Eastend, 306-295-3323
Elizabeth Heatcoat, Community Consultant, South West District for Culture, Recreation, and Sport, 306-993-4828.
Kristin Enns-Kavanagh (she/her) is a white settler descendant from Treaty Six territory. She is the Executive Director of the Saskatchewan History & Folklore Society, and a heritage professional with experience in community engagement, facilitation for community-based visioning, and heritage non-profits.
Kristin is a strong advocate for community-driven processes to share and explore the past and what it means for contemporary people.
This Community-Partnership Workshop is the result of collaborative efforts between the South West District for Culture, Recreation, and Sport, the Town of Eastend and the Heritage & Folklore Society. If you would like to pursue a similar Community-Partnership Workshop, such as this, connect with A South West District Community Consultant to explore the opportunity.