Legacy Trail Passports guide exploration of Sylvan’s history

Discover the rich history of Sylvan Lake and region by strolling along the Legacy Trail.

Discover the rich history of Sylvan Lake and region by strolling along the Legacy Trail.

Sylvan Lake & District Archives Society along with Activ8 Sylvan Lake and other partners has developed Legacy Trail Passports which promote the walking and educational tour.

“We invite you to stroll through Centennial Park along Lakeshore Drive as well as our downtown core,” states information about the program.

A limited supply of Activ8 pedometers and other merchandise are available as prizes.

The four locations are the Beach Ambassador Booth in Centennial Park, the Chamber of Commerce tourist information booth, the Library and the archives in the lower level of the Municipal Government Building.

For more information on the program, contact the archives at 403-887-1185 extension 262.

 

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