Join Us on August 1st – Historic Calgary Week at CPL

Join us at the Central Calgary Public Library during Historic Calgary Week (July 27 - August 6) for our presentation on writing your life story.  Learn what you will need to know when it comes to documenting your life story or the story of your family. Wednesday, Aug. 1st,  10 - 11:30 a.m. Calgary Public Library (Central) … Continue reading Join Us on August 1st – Historic Calgary Week at CPL

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

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

E0032 – Jessica Nigri – Kind of a Crappy Story

In Episode 32 of A Story Not Forgotten, Liam is joined by spokesmodel, voice actor, and cosplay superstar Jessica Nigri as she shares a story about how she and her family used to amuse themselves back in the day. (And why you should never share eyeliner with her...) View the Video Version of this Episode … Continue reading E0032 – Jessica Nigri – Kind of a Crappy Story

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

EVERYONE Has A Story

At Capturing Legacies, we continue to capture stories. Stories that matter.  Stories that help mankind know itself, and stories that show where we came from as well as all that we have been through.  Every day more and more people are recognizing the importance of recording life stories. If you have ever wondered how you can … Continue reading EVERYONE Has A Story

The Best Gift You Can Give Your Children

Yes, puppies are cute and pretty much irresistible, but a puppy would only be a small part of your child's entire life.  What if you could give your child the ultimate gift, the gift of immortality?! Imagine for a moment if your parents recorded every event of your life as you were growing up.  They had … Continue reading The Best Gift You Can Give Your Children

Consider Your Legacy for a Special Gift

We have put together a really simple and short survey about Considering your Legacy. To thank you for taking a few minutes to respond and provide your valuable input, we will give you a free 3 month subscription to our online life story software so you can get started on your own life story. Please use the … Continue reading Consider Your Legacy for a Special Gift

Interview With Grant Pollock

On Friday March 24th, Capturing Legacies Inc. was honored to have the opportunity to interview Grant Pollock, one of Ed Whalen's co-workers from 2&7, the television station they both worked at for many years.  Grant had some wonderful stories that gave us some more insight into what Ed Whalen was really like.  Thank you Grant, … Continue reading Interview With Grant Pollock