Saturday June 2nd, 2018 please join Capturing Legacies Inc. and the rest of the partner organizations of Seniors Service Group for the 2018 Seniors Fair. The event is from 11am to 2pm at 10333 Southport Road SW (East Entrance). Please R.S.V.P. and be sure to bring a non-perishable food item for the Calgary Food Bank. More information in the attached poster below. Click for a PDF version, and please share.
For the 30th episode of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam visits a place that is near and dear to his heart, the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo! He speaks with multiple guests to get their favorite convention stories and to share just what makes these events so special…
This is a VIDEO episode! If you want to put faces to the voices, see some of the amazing artwork, and laugh as Liam awkwardly tries to figure out what to do with his arms while the guests talk, head over to YouTube and check it out!
Geek Chic Creations
James Dalton (from way back in Episode 6!) and Sean Traynor from the 501st Legion Badlands Garrison
Blake Rothwell – Long time volunteer
In Episode 29 of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam reunites with a fellow performer from the short film profiled in Episode 21, Emre Cords, who shares a harrowing story of his younger days attempting to flee Libya to a less than warm welcome, and then a few tales of his experiences in the musical industry after landing on Canadian shores.
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For Episode 28 of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam sits down with Warren Cummins, a fellow distinguished gentleman he met through the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, when Warren offered up his sidecar as a rolling camera platform for the event. But there is so much more to Warren than just a cool bike. He shares a story of a research trip in the far North and the sorts of cuisine (and practical jokes) that you find out on the tundra…
Warren in the owner of Rocky Mountain Sidecar Adventures:
They ride on Ural Motorcycles:
And he is the Director of the Northwest Mounted Police Commemorative Association Brass Band:
The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride is an annual charity motorcycle rally that happens every September in cities all around the world:
Episode 27 of A Story Not Forgotten features Calgary businessperson and entrepreneur Rina Chong as she shares the story of how she worked her way through the corporate rat race to discover her true calling in the new economy and what really works for her.
Rina can be found all over the internet:
Photo Credit: Jennifer Peters of https://www.jkpetersphotography.com/
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In photography there is something called a “365 Project” where you commit to taking a photo every day for one year. Since we are a little different, we want to introduce the “365 Legacy Project”. Commit to writing about your life every day for a year.
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When you look back on a person’s life and consider what they have accomplished, consider what actually matters. Is that life defined by the nice car they drove or the education they received or the job they worked?
What about yourself? When you think about your life, what is the first thing you think of? What defines YOUR life?
You probably think back about where you came from and what you have been through in your life. Some more pondering may bring up various accomplishments that you have achieved or perhaps even some regrets. There are people you once knew and events that may be forever burned into your memory.
Some people believe they are not really that interesting, but actually, if you think about it, you have been alive for 365 days multiplied by your age. So even at 25 years old you lived 9,125 days. It is pretty much impossible to say that nothing interesting happened to you in that period of time. If you are 50, you have been alive for 18,250 days. So what if you are not a rocket scientist working for NASA. You still have accumulated interesting life experiences.
Ultimately, when your journey on this earth is over, all your stuff and everyone you know will be left behind. Your possessions will be distributed in some way that you have no say in. The only thing that remains is your story. It is not too late to record your life experiences for future generations. If you don’t know where to start, we can help.