Making a Difference: The Art of Leading an Effective Guided Walk
Sponsored by the Calgary Heritage Authority
Interpretation is more than merely passing along information – it is a meaningful and engaging way to connect people and places. Crafting an effective guided walk can result in sparking interest, inspiring behaviour change and creating future advocates. In this hands-on workshop, Cal Martin will introduce you to the field of heritage interpretation, offer tips for leading an inspiring guided walk and leave you with the confidence, knowledge and skills to deliver your own walk during Historic Calgary Week or at other times.
Cost: FREE Requires registration
Where – Cliff Bungalow Arts Centre (Holy Angels School) 2105 Cliff Street
When – Saturday, June 13, 2015
Two sessions – 9:00 am to noon and 1:00pm to 4:00 pm
To register: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Sessions are limited to 20 registrants. Use rear door to enter the building
About Cal Martin
Cal lives and breathes interpretation. For over 25 years, he has managed interpretation at institutions across Canada, such as Parks Canada, the Vancouver Aquarium and Metro Vancouver Regional Parks. Today, he runs an interpretive consultancy called “Frog in the Pocket” and sits on Interpretation Canada’s National Executive Board.