Reading a Neighbourhood: Jane’s Walk Waterloo Region – Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 10-11:15 am in Waterloo

Click here to access the Jane’s Walk link: Reading a Neighbourhood: Jane’s Walk Waterloo Region

When: Saturday, May 4, 10-11:15 a.m.

Where: Begin at Habitat for Humanity building (corner of Albert and Dorset), end at Waterloo Park

Walk Leader: Robert Shipley

We can learn a great deal about local cultural heritage and planning from the buildings and spaces in a few small blocks in Waterloo. The streets and open spaces immediately north of up-town Waterloo have been designated as a heritage conservation district for a very good reason.

Albert, MacGregor, Fountain and few other short streets as well as Waterloo Park provide us with a wonderful assortment of architectural styles, reminders of the past and planning features that can be read like a book of community development.

Robert Shipley, retired urban planning professor and former head of the Heritage Resources Centre will share humorous stories and a unique perspective on the neighbourhood.

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