McDougall United Church hosts devotional services and programs to instill humanity and encourage spiritual growth. Events organized in the church include Bible study, Spiritual Fitness, Norwood Extended Care Worship Services, Adopt-A-Block City Spring Clean up, Community Supper and Speaker Series, Book Group, Celebration of Youth Sunday. Besides these, the church also conducts regular sermons and worship services.
Welcome to the All Saint's Anglican Cathedral and be a part of this holy structure. Along with the welcoming people around the site is a great place to visit during the festive season. The beautiful decorations around the place adds to the beauty of the structure and creates a feeling of festival within every one.
Opened in 1967, the Stanley A. Milner Library has the biggest collection of books in Edmonton. Apart from books, it also stocks CDs, paperbacks, fiction and non-fiction books. It also has four rooms, which it rents for meetings and theater events. For further details, check the website.
The 4th Street Promenade stands as a symbol of where Edmonton began. Originally the center of the fur industry, this street evolved for years to become a part of the renowned loft district. Today, the promenade is lined with shops and cafes to explore along your downtown stroll through history. The brick warehouses remind passersby of a simpler time for a casual and relaxed day spent in Edmonton’s fresh air.
There's plenty to do at Edmonton's Churchill Square. There are eateries, fountains, and events that happen here regularly. It's a welcome retreat from the activity of downtown. For information about upcoming events, check the website.
First Presbyterian Church impresses one and all with its stunning Gothic architecture. The church in actively involved in community life and is into pastoral care and giving. It also provides support and care to the needy, by means of their Food Bank, and the refugees. Attend a Sunday service, with its cheerful choir and solo, and you will be hooked for life. The church provides the perfect backdrop for hosting weddings among other events. They also hold regular cultural events, religious debates and discussions among other things at the premises. Check website for more details.
The railroad (railway) bridge called the Low Level Bridge is a bridge that is located over the Saskatchewan River. After the construction of a higher level bridge, the bridge came to be named as the Low Level Bridge. The bridge was a truss bridge and is currenlty still used.
The Land Titles Building is located at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is a federal government office building and was built in the year 1893 C.E. The building was designed by Thomas Fuller and is one of the oldest extant buildings in the province. The original design element has a bisymmetrical fenestration pattern with a jerkinshead roof with narrow, hipped dormers.
There is plenty to do for the whole family at this interesting zoo. Watch the big cats being fed, enjoy feeding time with the sea lions, go on a train ride, or take a trip on a paddle-boat. The zoo is also involved in research and conservation. Special events are featured throughout the year, like the zoo-faris that concentrate on studying a particular type of animal or bird. The zoo is located ten minutes to the east of West Edmonton Mall. Check the website for varying dates.
With several courses that it has to offer like the business career programs, intercultural education, aboriginal education, academic upgrading, etc. the college also offers distance learning programs that reach out to several people all over. Thw NorQuest College is a step forward that offers several types of courses that depends upon one's comfort of attending. It also offers health care education.
Originally began in the year 1998, the Grierson Centre formerly was a site of the North-West Mounted Police's Headquarters. This structure featured minimum facility of security as it could accomodate only 30 people. This structure came to be the first urban facility in Edmonton.
Surrounded by parks and commanding a fine view of the river, the Legislature Building was opened in 1912. Its architecture is beaux-arts style, reflecting Alberta's confidence in the future. Educational videos and various events take place during the year. Gifts, souvenirs, and local crafts may be purchased at the center's gift shop. Your tour will commence from the Interpretive Centre and gift shop. You will find the building itself by the river across from Victoria Park, just south of downtown. Tours are free. Check the site for details.