OLDE TOWNE BEVERLY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

INCORPORATED JUNE 30, 2005

Beverly

“To preserve the history of Beverly, using it to educate its citizens and build community.”

MURAL PROGRAM DEPICTING OUR PAST

Beverly Beginnings (Giants Program)

3906 - 118 AVENUE

Beverly Beginnings (now the official name of the mural on 39 St.): Beverly Beginnings tells the story of early Beverly along 70’ of vignettes painted by artist Kris Friesen. The east wall of Pioneer Jewellery and Loan (39 Street and 118 Avenue) hosts this latest edition to the Beverly mural collection.




Beverly Memories at R.J. Scott School

11630 - 38 STREET

The mural on the north wall of R.J. Scott School depicts the founding industries of Beverly: farm life, the Prins farm, the bush Mine offices, Reg Carter’s Garage and the Grand Trunk Pacific train crossing the new Cloverdale Bridge in 1909.




Dentistry in Beverly (In Progress)

4408 - 118 AVENUE

The evolution of one of the oldest medical professions in Beverly will be depicted in this mural on the Beverly Family Dental Clinic. An early pioneer, Dr. Shewchuk will be celebrated.

Beverly Sports Champions  

10906 - 40 STREET

The Beverly Heights Community League and the Olde Towne Beverly Historical Society have received funding from the Edmonton Heritage Council for the Living Local Grant to produce a mural that celebrates Beverly Sports Champions. This mural project represents the champions who enabled the sports programs in Beverly. Personal investments of time and money made the hockey, baseball and soccer programs viable. Out of these efforts and role modeling, came champions in those very sports. The mural takes up the entire wall of the “Rink Building” at the Beverly Heights Community League.




Volunteers (Giants Program)

11801 - 48 STREET

A mural that was commissioned as part of the City of Edmonton’s Giants Mural Program, this mural proudly celebrates Edmonton’s volunteerism.


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The murals in Beverly celebrate the community and its past. Included are the pioneer families, merchants, landmarks and activities. Some murals are in place while others will be a part of the centennial legacy.