The Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre is open - remotely.
Our doors may be closed temporarily but our team continues to work from home. We remain committed to learning, sharing, and - most importantly - connecting.
What does this mean? We're developing the digital side of the Interpretive Centre. In the short-term we're working towards deeper engagement on our social media channels, updates to our website that brings to life the histories that have shaped the Lakeshore Grounds, and more transparency in what we do "behind the scenes." Longer-term we're preparing for some virtual events (stay tuned!).
We have a list of ideas but our inspiration has always been shaped by you, our community. Share your thoughts, questions, ideas, fears, and dreams with us. We can be reached by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or on social media (@LakeshoreGrnds on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).
From the Team at the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre
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Introducing: Shore Stories
Shore Stories is our still-new seasonal zine (a zine is like a magazine, but self-created, and self-published). It was inspired by our 2019 Summer Workshop Series, led by Caitie McKinnon, and provides a place for our staff and volunteers to share their stories, research, and behind-the-scenes moments!
Two issues have been published so far: to read at home, click the image or this link. We've provided an online reading version as well as a downloadable PDF.
Issue no. 3 is in development for a spring publication. If you are interested in contributing, or simply have suggestions, please connect with our Editor, Nadine Finlay, by email: email@example.com