September 24, 2019
- September 24, 2019
7:30 pm

Event Details

Roy Bird & Dorinda Emery

Roy Bird’s great grandfather William Bird built a flour mill along a creek that the local Cree called Stony. All the parts were imported from England. And people eventually started referring to ‘The Creek that Flowed By Bird’s Mill.’ Thus, Mill Creek. The mill wasn’t too far from where the Muttart Conservatory stands.

The Edmonton and District Historical Society’s new home is in the basement of the Old Timers Cabin. Dorinda Emery, Executive Director of The Northern Alberta Pioneers & Descendants Association, gives us the story of the Old Timers Cabin and NAPDA.

Free presentation – donations accepted

Location & Contact Information

Phone

780-439-2797

Venue

Old Timers Cabin

Address

9430 – 99 Street (Scona Road) NW