When:  Saturday, May 7, 2016, 2:00 p.m.

Where: North Entrance, Talisman Centre, 2225 Macleod Trail SE

 

About this Walk

Nestled between the Elbow River to West, Lindsay Park to the North, Macleod Trail to East and Mission Road to the South, Erlton is an often overlooked inner city oasis. Over 100 years old, this community is home to the lovely Lindsay Park, the bustling Talisman Centre, a convent, cemeteries, “Forrest Park”, present and future condo developments, and  hundreds of feral domesticated bunnies, not to mention resilient Calgarians who were caught in the epicentre of the 2013 Flood. Erlton has a rich past, present, and future which members of the community are eager to share with you!

Warning: some steep uphill walking along Erlton Street.

How to find us:

We’ll be waiting at North Entrance (the one facing toward the Calgary Tower) of the Talisman Centre.

Taking Public Transit

Get off either Stampede or Erlton Station on the North-South LRT or take the #10 bus along Macleod Trail.

Parking Availability

At the Talisman Centre Parking Lot. Two-hour parking also available on 22nd Avenue SW.

About the Walk Team

Susan Tyrrell has been a resident of Erlton for five years, is an avid Jane’s Walker as well as a Calgary Foundation staff member and history buff.  Julie Johnston is the Fund Development Officer for the Talisman Centre. Natalya Nicholson is the current President of the Erlton Community Association.  Erlton resident Michael Burglehaus is a local hero: he and his wife hosted what became our community’s “volunteer central” during the 2013 Flood.

Jane’s Walks are happening all over Calgary.  For more information on the history of Jane’s Walks and event calendar, click here.