It was another lively meeting last Thursday, with a wide range of topics discussed. After introductions, Eric took us through a 1967 Beaver Kit houses brochure. The brochure loudly proclaimed the use of Zonolite insulation which, today, is the cause of much asbestos distress for those seeking to renovate their older houses; We discussed theContinue reading “Meeting Notes: April 2018”
The new season of meetings kicked off on Thursday with a good attendance. As usual, the discussion was wide-ranging and fascinating. We began as usual with our Around The Hood segment in which Eric leads us through an illustrated tour of various changes, sales, rumours etc within Grandview. This month we covered 17 properties. InContinue reading “Notes From The September Meeting”
We had about twenty people at our meeting last night, with a couple of new visitors. I don’t think anyone was disappointed with all that we managed to cover in a couple of hours. Michael Kluckner gave a detailed and excellent illustrated talk that led us through the history of heritage legislation and regulation inContinue reading “Meeting Notes: March”
My apologies for the delay in posting these notes; it has been a very busy week! Last Thursday we had a really productive meeting, covering a wide range of current and ongoing issues: We were joined by Vancouver City Clr. Heather Deal for the first hour. She took us through the City’s new Heritage ActionContinue reading “January Meeting Notes”
Last Thursday evening, the GHG met for its November meeting. It was another conversation full of interest, with a good turn our and new people attending. In brief, we discussed: 1872 Parker Street. Craig Ollenberger gave a history of the last few years of Brookhouse, leading to the current situation where we will almost certainlyContinue reading “Meeting Notes: November 2013”
Excellent meeting last night with a number of new people in attendance, including two from Mount Pleasant who have been inspired to start a heritage group in their neighbourhood — that’s what we want to see all over the City! There were a number of interesting items on the agenda: We started with an announcementContinue reading “Meeting Notes: October”
We had another well-attended and very productive meeting of the Grandview Heritage Group last night, dealing with a wide range of matters: We reviewed the Heritage Fair and Car Free Day experiences. It was agreed that we met a lot of people at those events, answered a lot of questions and, hopefully, enthused a fewContinue reading “Meeting Notes: June 20th”
Thanks to Jason Vanderhill, here are more images of the moving of the Jeffs House: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jmv/sets/72157629280733019/
… and ready to go. Here is the Jeffs House jacked up on rollers just before it was moved across the site at Charles & Salsbury.
The Jeffs House at Charles & Salsbury is scheduled to be moved across the site tomorrow, Friday 3rd February. That should be fun!