Notes From The March Meeting

Another full house attendance last night -- the Boardroom was bursting -- including several new attendees, with a lively level of conversations and questions.  As usual, we covered a lot of ground: We began with a presentation by Tania Willard about a piece of public art she is organizing.  The art work will be two … Continue reading Notes From The March Meeting

Meeting Notes: February

We had another excellent meeting last night, with some new people joining us for the first time. I think they had a good tme.  Our discussions included: the Green House next to the Cultch.  Michael reviewed the history of our involvement and our desire to see the building renovated rather than demolished. It was noted … Continue reading Meeting Notes: February

Meeting about the Green House (1885 Venables)

A few of us met today with Heather Redfern, director of The Cultch, who had commented recently to the Georgia Straight about her long-term plans to demolish the Green House – the old rectory, built in 1912, for the Methodist Church that is the 'historic theatre' of The Cultch's precinct. The building has been abandoned … Continue reading Meeting about the Green House (1885 Venables)

January Meeting Notes

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 Action … Continue reading January Meeting Notes

The Green House at 1885 Venables Street

Note: The Grandview Heritage Group sent the following e-mail December 30, 2013. To: Brian Jackson, Director of Planning Copies: Marco D'Agostini, Heritage Planner, Mayor and Council Subject: The Green House at 1885 Venables Street next to The Cultch Dear Mr. Jackson: We write to you concerning the Green House at 1885 Venables in Grandview, part … Continue reading The Green House at 1885 Venables Street