Added HHS Member Benefits ~ Sparrow Spaces!


The restoration of the Gibbard Block in Highlands is underway. As the opening of this iconic landmark fast approaches, we are excited to announce a new benefit to your 2019 membership along with exciting news for the Highlands Historical Society.

“Historic Gibbard Block in Highlands Neighbourhood to See Burger Joint, Liquor Store, and Delicatessen[…]” and the Highlands Historical Society, as meeting space has been generously donated by Sparrow Capital for our monthly board meetings in the new “Sparrow Spaces” (https://www.vueweekly.com/historic-gibbard-block-in-highlands-neighbourhood-to-see-burger-joint-liquor-store-and-delicatessen/).

To celebrate, a great new deal to Sparrow Capital’s cowork space in the Gibbard Block is available exclusively to members of the Highlands Historical Society! For a limited time until June 1st, 2019, our supporters at Sparrow Capital are offering 1 free month with any cowork space billed annually or 8% off on a month-to-month!  This offer includes any of the various “Sparrow Spaces” options on their website. This is a great time to purchase a membership, especially if you have been considering a full-time dedicated office space!

What is “Sparrow Spaces”?

“Settle in with our collaborative community in a space suited to your needs.

Need a touchdown point or office space? How about an industrial kitchen? We can accommodate the small and the big and potentially even tailor a space to you.”

The Highlands Historical Society is delighted to be using this innovative space for our monthly board meetings!

Visit Sparrow Spaces for more details on prices and the different Sparrow Spaces available: https://sparrowspaces.com/locations/gibbard-block/

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Don’t miss this unique and limited opportunity to make the iconic Gibbard Block a part of your working needs!

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  2 comments for “Added HHS Member Benefits ~ Sparrow Spaces!

  1. Ernie Pallister
    April 23, 2019 at 10:47 pm

    I used to deliver the Edmonton Journal to residents of the Gibbard Block when I was 15. That would be in 1942. I have a good memory at 91 for the good old times. BUT (It took me half a day to turn on my computer. Life is SO complicated)

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