20070927024139 http: www.lethbridge.ca home City+Hall Departments Parks+-+Pathways+-+Trails Whats+New What+New.htm archivedate 27 September 2007 accessdate 2007-04-28 It has facilities for field sports and baseball (Spitz Stadium), a disc golf course (Nicholas Sheran Park), a skate park (Skatepark), a BMX track, a climbing wall, a dozen tennis courts, and seven pools. It is home to five golf courses, including the award-winning Paradise Canyon Golf Resort
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of charge. '''Southern Alberta Art Gallery''' - 601 3rd Avenue South Open year-round, the Southern Alberta Art Gallery features exhibitions from many local contemporary artists. The exhibitions are constantly changing to give all the talented local artists a chance to shine. The SAAG is a respected Canadian art institution and is a great place to spend a day. The SAAG also has beautiful scenery surrounding the building, as it is located in Galt Gardens, a picturesque downtown park. Admission varies. '''Brewery Gardens''' - 1 Avenue South (near Tourist Information Center). A constantly changing floral garden, the gardens are put into a display that represents the time of year or a special event that is happening in Lethbridge. You can't walk through the gardens. Unsurprisingly, the gardens are best viewed during the summer. Do Lethbridge has many things to do, especially in the area of hiking and natural wildlife observation. Trails Lethbridge has numerous places for a good hike or leisurely walk. Some recommended walks hikes include: * Coulees (starting at the Helen Schuler Coulee Centre) * Popson Park (down 10th Street West, past Paradise Canyon) * Alexander Wilderness Park (north of Stafford Drive North, near Hardieville) * Henderson Lake (South Parkside Drive, near Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens and the Exhibition Grounds) * Nicholas Sheran Park (just off McMaster Blvd. West). Festivals Lethbridge annually hosts Whoop-Up Days a carnival of sorts with rides, live performances, a rodeo, and exhibitions. In 2009 the fair and rodeo will be held from August 18–22 at the Exhibition Grounds (end of South Parkside Drive and next to Henderson Lake). Sports Lethbridge has numerous semi-professional sports teams, including: * The Lethbridge Hurricanes (Western Hockey League). They play each year from October to March at the Enmax Centre (2510 Scenic Drive South). * The Lethbridge Bulls (Western Major Baseball League). They play from the end of May to the end of July at Henderson Stadium (2425 North Parkside Drive South). Learn * The University of Lethbridge Lethbridge College main mall is Park Place Mall and it is located north of Galt Gardens on 1st Avenue South. It has some big box stores like Sears, Staples, and Chapters. It also has numerous clothing shops, a food court, a movie theatre, and few locally owned art and craft stores. Lethbridge also has a Wal-Mart located near the airport at 3700 Mayor Magrath South and a Home Depot right beside the Wal-Mart. Downtown Lethbridge is also a good place to spend a day shopping. Downtown has many locally owned shops selling items ranging from clothes to computers to stationary. Beware however that downtown businesses have higher prices than big box stores. Eat * Wikipedia:Lethbridge
, and is within of several others. Built for the 1975 Canada Games, the ENMAX Centre is Lethbridge's multipurpose arena. The 6,500-seat facility has hosted concerts, three-ring circuses, multicultural events, national curling championships, basketball events, banquets, skating events and the Lethbridge Hurricanes, a major Western Hockey League franchise. The arena has a running track, racquetball and squash courts
for coal in the late 19th century and agriculture in the early 20th century. Half of the workforce is employed in the health, education, retail and hospitality sectors, and the top five employers are government-based. The only university in Alberta south of Calgary is in Lethbridge, and two of the three colleges in southern Alberta have campuses in the city. Cultural venues in the city include performing art theatres, museums and sports centres. History
+Routes+and+Schedules default.htm . Major service changes have recently been implemented and many routes have changed. There is now 30 minute service on all routes during the day and 40 minute service at night. You can now cross town in half an hour or so. The bus is reliable, usually on time, and not overly expensive; for adults it is $2.25 for one way. On Foot Bike You can walk bike around in certain stretches of the city, but trying to walk bike from south Lethbridge to west Lethbridge
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'''Lethbridge''' is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada, and the largest city in southern Alberta. It is Alberta's fourth-largest city by population after Calgary, Edmonton and Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), and the third-largest by area after Calgary and Edmonton. The nearby Canadian Rockies contribute to the city's cool summers, mild winters, and windy climate (Chinook wind). Lethbridge lies southeast of Calgary on the Oldman River.
Lethbridge is the commercial, financial, transportation and industrial centre of southern Alberta. The city's economy developed from drift mining for coal in the late 19th century and agriculture in the early 20th century. Half of the workforce is employed in the health, education, retail and hospitality sectors, and the top five employers are government-based. The only university in Alberta south of Calgary is in Lethbridge, and two of the three colleges in southern Alberta have campuses in the city. Cultural venues in the city include performing art theatres, museums and sports centres.