Take a Refreshing Walk

Have you been stressed over winter blues and holiday prep? Then it's time for a peaceful oasis of calm and light to escape. Imagine wandering along the Kurimoto Japanese Garden's candle-lit paths, sipping hot apple cider next to a bonfire, enjoying festive sounds of strolling a capella singers and spotting mystical "snow sprites" in glittering ice sculptures. When lighting a candle in their honour in Memory Lane, you can also share this entire journey with a loved one. So, stop the stress, take a cup, and soothe Luminaria's spirit.

Edmontonians can anticipate the typical elements of the Luminaria and enjoy in January 2021 candlelight, starlight, harmony, and tranquilly. And what's new can be expected to dazzle you - the spirit of Luminaria, living on in a transformed experience.

Note: Luminaria will run in January every evening. Every year, this event sells
out, so book your tickets early!


Take a Visit to Devon

If you decide to visit the University of Alberta Botanic Gardens be sure to stop in Devon.

Located on the North Saskatchewan River banks, with its breath-taking river valley and the indescribable small-town atmosphere, Devon provides an array of beauty.

New residents moving to Devon would enjoy the community's compact size, the surrounding area's access to shopping, dining, entertainment, and the overall historic character. Homes in the area start at $300s and can go for as much as $1.5 million.

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