Gifts & Souvenirs
Ted Harrison Serigraph
Athabasca Trans Canada Relay 2000
This 18" x 22" signed, limited edition print depicts the TransCanada Trail Relay meeting of the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Ocean waters in Athabasca in March 2000. Prints are $600 each, plus shipping. Cheques payable to the Athabasca Heritage Society.
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Athabasca Heritage Society Note Cards
Proceeds from the sales of these cards support AHS historic signage and Riverfront Site projects.
Set 1 Community Quilt: $12.00 per set of six cards, each of a different square or view of the quilt
Athabasca (1750-1890) is the first of three appliquéd fabric panels depicting the early Athabasca community. The Quilt Project is sponsored by the Athabasca Heritage Society, organized by Ann Stiles, and created by several quilters from the region. The theme for the second quilt is boom-town Athabasca (1891-1912) and the third quilt theme is area settlement (1912 onward). The quilts will be on display at public buildings in the region.
Set 2 Street Banners: $10.00 per set of five cards; each of a different banner
Captain Shot, Hudson's Bay Post at Athabasca Landing, Scow Building at Athabasca Landing, Packing Supplies, and Train at Athabasca Station are the five street banner themes created by artist Dennis Jacobs, commissioned by the Athabasca Heritage Society. These banners were displayed along 50th Avenue adjacent to the Heritage Society Riverfront Site during the summer and fall of 2001. Set 3
Unloading Cargo at Grand Island: $5.00 per set; two different close-ups of the mural
These cards show two views of the Athabasca Riverfront mural of packers unloading freight from scows and riverboats at Grand Island, and then reloading the boats past the treacherous Grand Rapids. A second mural shows trackers pulling fur laden scows up river to Athabasca Landing. These murals were created by artist Dennis Jacobs and were sponsored by the Athabasca Heritage Society and Athabasca University. Thanks to the Town of Athabasca, the Tourist Booth, IDA, Value Drug Store, Riverhouse, the Gift Shop at the Athabasca Hospital, Athabasca Health Foods, Old Crow Antiques, Boven's Jewellery & Giftware, and Whispering Hills Fabric and Crafts for supporting this project. For additional information or bulk purchases, Contact Joan Sherman (firstname.lastname@example.org). Athabasca Heritage Society Note Cards are available at
Athabasca Health Foods
Old Crow Antiques and Framing
Whispering Hills Fabric and Crafts
Boven's Jewellery & Giftware
Athabasca Town Office IDA
Local Bear Makes Good
Basky: a perfect gift for a child you love who loves our natural heritage. The life of a local bear, lovingly told by Dot Lane and illustrated by Maureen Harvey. $10. Proceeds to the AHS. Contact Maxine Winder (email@example.com) or Jerry Maclean (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Quilt Wall Hanging
Athabaska (1750-1890), boom-town Athabasca (1891-1912), and area settlement (1912 onward) are themes of three appliquéd fabric panels depicting early Athabasca created by Ann Stiles Community Quilters. These quilt wall hangings are available for display at public venues or may be rented for special events. Contact Ann Stiles (email@example.com).