What does it mean to us, here at NAPDA, to celebrate Canada Day? It means we appreciate the achievements and hard work all our forefathers have put in order to make Canada what it is today. We are proud of this land we call home and its people. Trailblazers not
We would like to invite you all to NAPDA’s Annual KDays Pancake Breakfast. This lovely breakfast will include pancakes, sausages, scrambled eggs and all the trimmings. Come meet members from NAPDA and people from the community in the charming Old Timers Cabin. Details are below:
This year, we had the pleasure of hosting Father’s Day Pioneer Lunch at Old Timers Cabin and celebrating NAPDA’s 124th anniversary. Many families from the community and NAPDA members attended and enjoyed the buffalo stew meal while conversing and listening to live music. On one side of the hall, there
It’s the time of year we prepare for our Victorian tea party at Old Timers Cabin to celebrate Mother’s Day and support a cause. This year sales from the tickets will benefit The Rainbow Society of Alberta, a charity that grants wishes for children in Alberta diagnosed with a severe
In the wake of International Women’s Day, we would like to shed some light on some women pioneers in Alberta and related historical background. Northern Alberta Pioneers & Descendants Association is committed to sharing more content on pioneer women from Alberta in the future. If you have an ancestor woman
Archives are collections of historical records and documents that contain information about people, events, places, or artefacts. The nature of archives is such that they touch upon wide range of life aspects, and they are, largely, actual records and items, not descriptions thereof. This makes them uniquely valuable and different
This season, we have had the pleasure of hosting a traditional Christmas luncheon for K-Grade 5 kids from Mee Yah Moh School. The event was organized by Roy Bird and MCed by Damien Radcliffe. This is part of an annual tradition by Northern Alberta Pioneers & Descendants Association to bring the Holidays
In occasion of the upcoming Annul Roundup and Life Membership evening at Old Timers Cabin on October 20, 2017, this is a glimpse of John McDougall’s life courtesy of the Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Vol. 14, University of Toronto, article quoted in full written by James Ernest Nix.