Find a Place in North Vancouver History

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The North Vancouver Museum and Archives are hosting the “Find a Place in History” contest where residents and visitors can submit photos of heritage sites online for the chance to win prizes.

Photo credit: John Biehler on Flickr

To enter the contest, take a photo of a place in North Vancouver with historical significance and upload it to your own Flickr account. Then join the North Shore History group on Flickr and go back to your photo, click “Actions” then “Add to Group”. It’s free to sign up for a Flickr account if you do not already have one and Flickr offers various levels of privacy and licensing settings on your images.

This is the second Flickr photo contest from the North Vancouver Museum and Archives. The first was a “Then and Now” competition that juxtaposed old photos of landmarks with new.

Barker's Store THEN & NOW (c.1913 and 2010)
Photo credit: NWMA on Flickr

 BC Heritage
 Week last month, the contest runs until April 30th, 2011. Prizes will be handed out in three separate age categories and include a digital camera, camcorder, and e-book reader. Winners will be announced at the Sea to Sky Regional Heritage Fair held at the North Vancouver Museum and Archives May 7th, 2011.

Current Contests on Miss604
*All contests are open to residents of Canada only, unless otherwise stated. Contest timelines are published on each individual post along with entry methods. Some contests may only be open to those 19 years of age and older. Winners are announced on the contest blog posts. Contest policy »

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  1. klparrotMonday, March 21st, 2011 — 11:26am PDT

    That’s so perfectly aligned that at first I thought it was some sort of building wrap.

    This raises an interesting idea: Perhaps take the best entry that features a building, and see if the owners would be interested in a partial building wrap. Of course I’m sure those things don’t come cheap, so would depend on who owns the building (a larger company probably has more money to spare for these sorts of things) and whether various partners (Heritage BC, North Vancouver Museum and Archives, etc.) could contribute funding.

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