Every July, we host a KDays Pancake Breakfast at Old Timers Cabin that is open to the public. It is a fun family event with delicious pancakes, eggs, sausages and drinks. We usually have entertainment such as live music! Check our website and social closer to July for exact dates and
On Father’s Day, we often hold an event to celebrate this occasion with the community at large. In 2018, we had a Pioneer Father’s Day Pioneer Lunch with food our forefathers would have eaten and live music at Old Timers Cabin. The menu featured bison stew and other delights! Stay
We are reposting this article from the Edmonton & District Historical Society (EDHS)’s website. It covers their most recent speaker series that took place at our shared headquarters, Old Timers Cabin. Our President, Roy Bird, and Director, Dorinda Emery, were speakers at the event.
James Gibbons (1837-1933) was one of the earliest pioneers in Edmonton, Alberta. He is described as one of Edmonton’s “more colourful individuals”.2 No wonder. Gibbons was a prospector, hunter, fur trader, and farmer.1 Gibbons was born in Holly Hill, Donegal Ireland on Christmas day 1837. He immigrated to America in 1856
Lest We Forget NAPDA President, Allan Farrants, and member Tim Mallandaine placed a wreath in remembrance of the numerous NAPDA members, past and present, and their ancestors who were/are members of Canadian forces or peace keepers. We are forever grateful for the freedom of our country because of them. The event
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