with historical interpreter Jolene Castillou Cumming*

Women & the Arts: A Stanley Park Historical Walking Tour 

Saturday September 2, 2017  2:00pm - 4:00pm

 Pre-registration required, $20 per person. (see registration form). Max 20 people.  Note: Priority will be given first to registered BOLDFest participants. 

 For over 100 years Stanley Park has inspired countless and diverse women to create wonderful art, music, literature and performances. From Odetta to Kate Wolf, Ellen Neel to Emily Carr, Mattie Gunterman to Ella Fitzgerald and from Pauline Johnson Tekahionwake to Ethel Wilson. Join Jolene Castillou Cumming and hear amazing stories of over 20 gifted and talented women from our past. Includes rare historical photographs.  

Women East of Denman Historical Walking Tour

Sunday September 3, 2017  10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Pre-registration required, $20 per person.  (see registration form)Max 20 people.  Note: Priority will be given first to registered BOLDFest participants. 

 Block by block, Vancouver’s West End holds fascinating stories about the women who made its history. Social, activists and educators, entrepreneurs and shop keepers, politicians and community leaders, family reformers matriarchs, artists and journalist, all resided in this unique neighbourhood.  Stroll the beautiful tree lined streets, see historic buildings and rare photographs with Jolene Castillou Cumming. 

Jolene Castillou Cumming has been producing and presenting public history events and programs since 2001. She is the co-founder and co-coordinator of the Herstory Cafe (2007-2015) and is the founder of the Stanley Park History Group and the Stanley Park History Salon.

Make a free website with Yola