Following is an article about Northern Alberta Pioneers & Descendants Association (NAPDA) that has appeared in Avenue Edmonton’s May 2017 issue. Executive Director, Dorinda Emery, talks about NAPDA’s history, mission and vision.
We are glad to announce our upcoming Victorian Tea Party on Mother’s Day, May 14, 2017 at Old Timers Cabin. Kids are welcome and will enjoy traditional games while moms are treated to old-fashioned tea. This event by the Northern Alberta Pioneers & Descendants Association (NAPDA) is in support of a great cause. All proceeds will go to the Terra Centre for Teen Parents…. Read More
Sometimes even obvious things seem to pass by you when there is so much excitement about your approaching wedding. We list here five wedding planning tips for you to help get you started. If you have any questions about your big day or possibly booking the Old Timers Cabin, do not hesitate to contact our events coordinator here.
Planning a wedding can be a daunting task. Luckily, there are plenty of wedding resources, and resourceful people, out there to the rescue. The only problem is there is too much of that! Sometimes all a couple needs is a boutique bridal show to meet a unique selection of wedding vendors. Introducing Love in YEG Show!
Elaborate festivities and dinner parties are in the air this time of year. If you are responsible for setting up dinner tables for such an event, these tips are for you. Remember, as much as delicious food is important, beautiful and proper presentation is equally needed. After all, the eye eats as well.
The Old Timers Cabin is surrounded by breathtaking paths for nice summer strolls along Edmonton’s River Valley. In this picture we have gotten close to the river where the city line on the other side appears in a natural green frame.
Today we had the joyful company of a squirrel at the Old Timers Cabin. We often see these little cute creatures around the cabin, but this one has been a pleasure to see as it stayed long enough to have a few photos taken and a video of it munching on a pine cone.