The APIRG ALMANAC

 

An almanac is a book, published yearly, which contains useful information for a particular group of people. A farmers’ almanac contains important meteorological info, a witches’ almanac tells you about the movements of the stars, and so the APIRG ALMANAC is full of content for folks who care about local art, community organizing, and social justice. Since APIRG is based at the University of Alberta, we include extra information relevant to U of A students.

There are three main components to this almanac: community resource guides, a weekly planner, and creative content. We hope you will use it to connect with community, organize your days, and inspire the work you do to make your communities more just.

More about the 2019-2020 ALMANAC

More about the 2020-2021 ALMANAC

We are currently out of both editions. If you have questions, or would like to contribute to next year’s edition, email almanac@apirg.org !

Three copies of the 2019-2020 APIRG ALMANAC are displayed against a grey plastic table. The almanacs are colourful, with different images collaged together in a thin slices side by side
Three copies of the 2020-2021 APIRG ALMANAC are displayed against a concrete background. The almanac is light purple with black and white images collaged together