A Trip Down Memory Lane: Growing Up At Bow Valley Ranch in the 1950s & 1960s

Sat, May 4, 2024 10:30 AM

Fish Creek Provincial Park SE Calgary

Meeting Place: Visitor Centre

2 hour(s)

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Summary: Ever wonder what it would have been like to grow up on an Albertan ranch? Join Dennis Burns and hear his personal stories of growing up at Bow Valley Ranch!

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About this Walk

As a fourth generation Calgarian & a direct descendant of the late Senator Patrick Burns (one of the Big Four who founded the Calgary Stampede), Dennis Burns will begin his walk & talk at the visitor centre at Bow Valley Ranch in Fish Creek Provincial Park.

This walk may take up to two hours to complete as we view various exhibits inside the visitor centre. We will then walk around to view & discuss different points of interest from Dennis’ years at Bow Valley Ranch. The walk will take place on the valley floor on paved or hard-packed trails. There will be little or no elevation gain.

Quadrant: SE

Meeting Place: Visitor Centre

Walk Duration: 2 hour(s)

Areas of Interest: History |

Led By: Dennis Burns

Inner City: No

About the Walk Team

Jane's Walks wouldn't exist without the help of our dedicated team of volunteers.

Walk Leader(s): Dennis Burns

Dennis Burns is a fourth generation Calgarian and direct descendant of the late Senator Patrick Burns. He has led many seniors and church groups over the years and is an Ambassador of the Friends of Fish Creek.

Memory Lane: Bow Valley Ranch


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