Legacy – Thinking LONG Term

British Mark V tanks When you think about a person’s life history, often that person doesn’t think their life was that interesting.  What they don’t realize is that their life story is incredibly fascinating to everyone else. In fact, everyone is interesting, and the simplest things that we all take for granted are often what … Continue reading Legacy – Thinking LONG Term

SRCA Tradeshow Oct 17

Please join us at Swan Evergreen Village on October 17th 10am - 1pm for the Seniors Resource Council of Alberta Tradeshow.  Capturing Legacies will be doing a presentation at 10:30am on "History should be told by those who lived it".  We look forward to seeing you.

Volunteer Opportunities for Writers

From the beginning of mankind, stories were the key to the passage of knowledge, memories and experiences from one person on to others.  Tribal elders would tell stories to the rest of the tribe and warriors would tell stories of their accomplishments to children and anyone else who would listen.   Today, much of what … Continue reading Volunteer Opportunities for Writers

Journaling – A Priceless Gift to Humanity

Do  you journal?  For many people that do journal, they think of it as their own private diary or resource that helps them keep track of their thoughts as they make their way through life.  It is interesting to note that hundreds of years into the future, those same thoughts might be an incredible gift … Continue reading Journaling – A Priceless Gift to Humanity

Writing Your Autobiography – Your Gift for Future Generations

Your Legacy You know who you are, but did you know there are actually many versions of you out in the world? There are in fact, hundreds, if not THOUSANDS of versions of You out there. Everyone who has ever met you has created a picture/profile/backstory for You in their mind. Every person in your … Continue reading Writing Your Autobiography – Your Gift for Future Generations

E0029 – Emre Cords – A Tunisian Welcome

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 … Continue reading E0029 – Emre Cords – A Tunisian Welcome

E0028 – Warren Cummins – Northern Cuisine

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 … Continue reading E0028 – Warren Cummins – Northern Cuisine

E0024 – Bret Hart – Making of a Legend

In this episode of A Story Not Forgotten, Liam is joined by professional wrestling hall of famer, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, for a story from his days competing in high school wrestling, working the ticket booth for Stampede Wrestling, and character building experiences that he would take with him the rest of his life. You … Continue reading E0024 – Bret Hart – Making of a Legend

E0023 – Prophesied and J-Ross – Fight Hate with Love

In our first episode of 2018, Liam is joined by multi-discipline artists and entertainers, Prophesied and J-Ross of the Hip Hop duo Tha Fax. They share stories of their run-ins with the ugly faces of racism across Canada, and prove that the only true way to fight hate is with love. This is not the … Continue reading E0023 – Prophesied and J-Ross – Fight Hate with Love

The 365 Legacy Project

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. Better yet, create an account in our application https://AStoryNotForgotten.com and every … Continue reading The 365 Legacy Project