The podcast of the Edmonton City as Museum Project tells the stories of the people, places, things, and moments that make Edmonton. Each episode examines aspects of Edmonton’s past with contributions from local historians, professors, enthusiasts and more! Season 2 kicked off on June 5 with “Heritage Trees & Gay Cruising in the 1980s.” In this episode, discover what trees can tell us about Edmonton’s history with Dustin Bajer, take a walk through Spruce Avenue with Wesley Andreas, and learn about a site significant to our Edmonton’s 2SLBGTQIA+ community in the 1980s with Darrin Hagen.
For more information, see https://citymuseumedmonton.ca/ and https://citymuseumedmonton.ca/podcast/.
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