Olds: We are Community
Mountain View County – A Place to Grow – The County is one of our partners.What Does Community Mean To You? – Everything Olds
What Does Community Mean To You? – Everything Olds
Full video of the webinar we took part in hosted by Public Sector Digest.
Mitch Thomson, Executive Director of the Olds Institute, talks about O-NET, our community owned Gigabit broadband network at the 48min 29sec mark.Choose Olds – Economic Development
Growing Olds Together is the theme of this commercial we produced for the Tour of Alberta broadcast TV coverage. For more information on economic development in Olds visit our website at www.chooseolds.ca
On Sunday January 31st at the Mayfair Cinema in Uptown Olds, members of the community gathered to watch a documentary about Cyber-Seniors. This documentary tells the story of a group of high-school students who mentored seniors on how to use computers. The Olds Connected Community Committee from the Olds Institute brought the concept to Olds and matched up Olds High Schools students with seniors in town.
After the documentary showing, the seniors and their student mentors met at the Olds Municipal Library to celebrate the project and the bonds they formed during the mentoring.
We spoke with Darlene a senior who took part in the project. Olivia and Emily were mentors to seniors. According to Tane Skotheim, the Interact Club advisor from Olds High School, the project was a great success.Midnight Madness is coming to Uptowne Olds Friday Nov 20
Visit the unique shops in Uptowne Olds for great deals to get your Christmas shopping started!
Many shops have deals all the way to midnight. Stop in to your local stores to find out what they’re planning for Midnight Madness!
There will be entertainment, Christmas caroling & free hot dogs, hot chocolate and cider sponsored by our Uptowne banks and membership.
Watch the Olds Fashioned Christmas video from a few years ago to get an idea of what to expect this year when Midnight Madness happens in Uptowne Olds…P2S Sustainability Conference showcases local businesses
Local companies and organizations present their unique approach to sustainability at the Pathways 2 Sustainability conference held recently in Olds Alberta. The conference theme was “Flourishing Rural Economies” and was hosted by Pathways 2 Sustainability, Olds College, the Olds Institute, the Town of Olds and Mountain View County.
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