Scene Around Town
Welcome to Edmonton in pictures! Scene Around Town is a growing photo gallery
of the city, including its many attractions
and festivals -- and some surprises also!
So check back often -- you never know what you might see here.
A new monument in memory of the victims of the Holocaust was unveiled on the Legislature grounds April 29, 2003.
Whyte Avenue Tragedy
A fire ripped through an historic block of Whyte Avenue, destroying several landmark businesses (from 2003).
It's a spooky place just off of Stony Plain Road.
The Valley Zoo is one of Edmonton's best known and loved attractions. Here are just some of the
animals and displays to be found there.
Devonian Botanic Garden
Come see the natural beauty of flowers and butterflies at this attraction just outside of Edmonton.
A Fringe Odyssey
Scenes from the "Street Fringe" portion of this exciting festival of independent theatre!
Dragons on the Water
Photos from the Edmonton Dragon Boat Festival at Louise McKinney Park.
Rue Marie-Anne-Gaboury came alive from August 9 - 12, 2001, with the 12th Fête Franco-Albertaine.
Come have a look at the opening ceremonies!
Celebrate Heritage Days
Countries and cultures from around the world gathered in Hawerlak Park to celebrate with
song, dance and food. This photo gallery will show you what you missed if you could not make it,
or bring back delicious memories of a wonderful long weekend!
At The World's: Men's Marathon
The World's Athletic Championships got off to a fast-paced start with the
Men's 41k Marathon. Here is a look at the event as it headed through the streets
Klondike Days Are Here Again!
The rides and attractions of Klondike Days (from 2001).
International Street Performers Festival
A look at some of the talented buskers from around the world who came to Edmonton to perform
at this favorite festival.
Canada Day 2001
Flags were waving, people were singing and Edmonton celebrated Canada's birthday
on July 1 at the Legislature Grounds.
Fort Edmonton Park
Fort Edmonton is likely the City's best-kept secret. Take a trip back in time
with these photos of the park.
Saying Goodbye to Gary
Another one of West Edmonton Mall's beloved dolphins died in May. Here is a tribute in photos
from one of his last public performances.
Earth Day 2001
Hundreds of people gathered in Hawerlak Park to celebrate the environment.
Holocaust Remembrance Day
April 19, 2001 marks Yom ha-Shoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day. The day is now officially recognized
by Alberta's government - here is a look at a demonstration that took place outside of the Legislature.
At the Playground
An adult look at a favorite childhood hangout.
University Gallery #2
Art on campus -- a close look at sculptures that grace the insides and outsides of various buildings.
University Gallery #1
The first of several photo collections taken at the University of Alberta, these
shots focus on the buildings on campus.
The beauty and colour of Christmas lights shining at night.
A sudden cold snap creates frozen patterns.
Some portraits of the building that where our provincial politicians meet.
Ice Making Days
Watch as the ice is made at an outdoor rink.
Laurier Park in Autumn
The colours of autumn come alive in Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park.
Some of the displays at the Provincial Museum come alive with colour.
For more glimpses of Edmonton, check out Images, an archived photo
gallery of the city, as well as the ever-changing Photo of the Week.