The project is a partnership between the Museum, the Public Art Committee, and local business and organizations. “We approached various property owners about the project, and all were keen to partner with us. We are thankful to our host sites and community members who shared stories and photographs, and provided a space for the storyboards,” notes Jennifer Fitzpatrick, Director of Cultural Services. Thanks to the Friends of the Museum & Gallery for sponsoring the project.
There are eight storyboards around the community, which provide a fun way for people to get out and explore their city. Click below under Historic Stories to read some of these fascinating stories about the City.
|640 Main Street||The Brick||City Hall|
|910 Main Street||Caleb Village Retirement Community||Leo Parker Arena & Curling Rink|
|740 9th Street||Parkview Place||Westminster United Church|
|1103 8th Avenue||St. Augustine School||St. Augustine School|
|706 2nd Avenue||St. Dominic School||St. Dominic School|
|632 9th Street||Pioneer Mall||Arlington Hotel|
|830 7th Street||Humboldt Public School||Humboldt Public School|
|5th Avenue||Trail near 13th Street||Humboldt Flour Mills|