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Edmonton Queer History Walking Tours

August 26

The Edmonton Queer History Project is a community-engaged research project supported by the MacEwan Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity.

Join on this guided walking tour to explore the people, places, and moments that have helped to define Edmonton’s queer history. All tours are free, include a complementary printed map, and are hosted by members of the Edmonton Queer History Project Team. Each tour runs approximately 90 minutes in length, begins at Michael Phair Park (10124 104 St NW), and takes place in the downtown core. Tours will be primarily outdoors so come dressed for the weather. American Sign Language interpretation is also part of each tour.

Venue

Michael Phair Park
10124–104 St.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1A7 Canada

The Edmonton Queer History Project is a community-engaged research project supported by the MacEwan Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity.

Join on this guided walking tour to explore the people, places, and moments that have helped to define Edmonton’s queer history. All tours are free, include a complementary printed map, and are hosted by members of the Edmonton Queer History Project Team. Each tour runs approximately 90 minutes in length, begins at Michael Phair Park (10124 104 St NW), and takes place in the downtown core. Tours will be primarily outdoors so come dressed for the weather. American Sign Language interpretation is also part of each tour.

Venue

Michael Phair Park
10124–104 St.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1A7 Canada

The Edmonton Queer History Project is a community-engaged research project supported by the MacEwan Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity.

Join on this guided walking tour to explore the people, places, and moments that have helped to define Edmonton’s queer history. All tours are free, include a complementary printed map, and are hosted by members of the Edmonton Queer History Project Team. Each tour runs approximately 90 minutes in length, begins at Michael Phair Park (10124 104 St NW), and takes place in the downtown core. Tours will be primarily outdoors so come dressed for the weather. American Sign Language interpretation is also part of each tour.

Venue

Michael Phair Park
10124–104 St.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1A7 Canada

The Edmonton Queer History Project is a community-engaged research project supported by the MacEwan Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity.

Join on this guided walking tour to explore the people, places, and moments that have helped to define Edmonton’s queer history. All tours are free, include a complementary printed map, and are hosted by members of the Edmonton Queer History Project Team. Each tour runs approximately 90 minutes in length, begins at Michael Phair Park (10124 104 St NW), and takes place in the downtown core. Tours will be primarily outdoors so come dressed for the weather. American Sign Language interpretation is also part of each tour.

Venue

Michael Phair Park
10124–104 St.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1A7 Canada

The Edmonton Queer History Project is a community-engaged research project supported by the MacEwan Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity.

Join on this guided walking tour to explore the people, places, and moments that have helped to define Edmonton’s queer history. All tours are free, include a complementary printed map, and are hosted by members of the Edmonton Queer History Project Team. Each tour runs approximately 90 minutes in length, begins at Michael Phair Park (10124 104 St NW), and takes place in the downtown core. Tours will be primarily outdoors so come dressed for the weather. American Sign Language interpretation is also part of each tour.

Venue

Michael Phair Park
10124–104 St.
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1A7 Canada