Jane's Walk Lethbridge

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Jane’s Walk is an annual festival of free, citizen-led walking conversations inspired by Jane Jacobs.

Jane’s Walk takes place in many cities around the world. Everyone is welcome to join in a free walk exploring the history and stories that shape our everyday urban experience. Through the simple act of walking together and discussing what makes a neighbourhood, Jane’s Walk helps knit people together into strong and resourceful communities.

Held annually on the first weekend of May, the event was created in 2007 in Toronto by friends of the urban thinker Jane Jacobs. In 2019, Lethbridge hosted 13 walks in all corners of the City with over 400 participants.

Garry Station Jane's Walk

Join this gathering to meet your neighbours and together discover the development history of the Garry Station Neighbourhood.

Local food trucks will be in attendance!

This walk is sponsored by the Garry Station Neighbourhood Association.

  • Date: Saturday May 7
  • Time: 1pm to 2pm
  • Meeting place: Central Park Gazebo (390 Aquitania Blvd W)
  • Walk Leader: Debby Savidant, savidant@telus.net
  • Walk Speakers:
    • Christina Amaral-Kim is a recent transplant from Calgary to Lethbridge with an enthusiasm for person-centred design and who gets to know neighbourhoods from behind the handlebars of her bike.
    • Genesis Hevia Orio works as a Community Planner with the City of Lethbridge and is the organizer for Jane's Walk in Lethbridge.

London Road Jane's Walk Tree Talk

Join this Walk to learn all about the trees in the London Road Neighbourhood. The Walk Leaders will share about Urban Forestry issues—the good and bad— insects and disease pests, and what we can do to keep trees healthy

  • Date: Saturday May 7
  • Time: 10am to 12pm
  • Meeting place: Civic Ice Centre (905 6 Ave S)
  • Walk Leader: Lindsay Bell and Ethan Champion





Jane’s Walk is an annual festival of free, citizen-led walking conversations inspired by Jane Jacobs.

Jane’s Walk takes place in many cities around the world. Everyone is welcome to join in a free walk exploring the history and stories that shape our everyday urban experience. Through the simple act of walking together and discussing what makes a neighbourhood, Jane’s Walk helps knit people together into strong and resourceful communities.

Held annually on the first weekend of May, the event was created in 2007 in Toronto by friends of the urban thinker Jane Jacobs. In 2019, Lethbridge hosted 13 walks in all corners of the City with over 400 participants.

Garry Station Jane's Walk

Join this gathering to meet your neighbours and together discover the development history of the Garry Station Neighbourhood.

Local food trucks will be in attendance!

This walk is sponsored by the Garry Station Neighbourhood Association.

  • Date: Saturday May 7
  • Time: 1pm to 2pm
  • Meeting place: Central Park Gazebo (390 Aquitania Blvd W)
  • Walk Leader: Debby Savidant, savidant@telus.net
  • Walk Speakers:
    • Christina Amaral-Kim is a recent transplant from Calgary to Lethbridge with an enthusiasm for person-centred design and who gets to know neighbourhoods from behind the handlebars of her bike.
    • Genesis Hevia Orio works as a Community Planner with the City of Lethbridge and is the organizer for Jane's Walk in Lethbridge.

London Road Jane's Walk Tree Talk

Join this Walk to learn all about the trees in the London Road Neighbourhood. The Walk Leaders will share about Urban Forestry issues—the good and bad— insects and disease pests, and what we can do to keep trees healthy

  • Date: Saturday May 7
  • Time: 10am to 12pm
  • Meeting place: Civic Ice Centre (905 6 Ave S)
  • Walk Leader: Lindsay Bell and Ethan Champion





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