Village of Glenwood



The Lethbridge Centre of the Archaeological Society of Alberta is hosting a free Stones & Bones event at the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre on March 24 (10 to 4) and 25 (11 to 3), 2018.
 This is an opportunity for folks in your area to bring in their archaeological artifacts and learn more about them from experts in the fields of archaeology, palaeontology, and geography.
 This is a family event with lots of hands-on for children such as making clay pinch pots, digging for artifacts in sandboxes, and identifying bison bones.

For more information:

 Wendy Aitkens     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


The Village of Glenwood is a rural, family oriented community northwest of Cardston. Originally part of the great Cochrane Ranch, 640 acres were divided off to become the Village of Glenwood. The Town site was divided into blocks of 8 acres each, and building lots of one acre each with streets 8 rods wide running at right angles through the Town. When the Town blocks ended, ten acre lots were surveyed so that the Town residents could have a small pasture for a few cows.



Village of Glenwood

Incorporated in 1961.