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Incorporated as a town in 1892 then as a city in 1904, Edmonton became the capital of Alberta when the province was formed in 1905. During the early 1900s, Edmonton grew very rapidly, causing speculation in real estate. In 1912, Edmonton amalgamated with the City of Strathcona. Edmonton is located on the North Saskatchewan River. In its role as Gateway to the North it established one of the earliest airfields in Canada, becoming the first licensed airfield in 1929. As a major base for distribution of mail, food, and medicine to Northern Canada, Edmonton's role as the Gateway to the North was strengthened.
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Turn on your creative mind and submit your proposal light instillation to the Alley of Light project. Located in the pocket park on 104th Street, the alley of light illumiNITE is truly a unique setting to present your equally uniquely made Knox Jewelers engagement ring or wedding band.
Artists, designers and anyone creatively inspired join in the design competition that will create an outdoor gallery in the Alley of Light. More specifically, the competition encourages innovative and edgy installations that incorporate the element of light. Bring warmth, spirit and life to an otherwise empty pocket park while benefiting local food shelves. Walk your partner through the park, enjoy the diverse designs. The best prize at the end, your light instillation reflecting your proposal. Your partners face will be the brightest light in the park when you present her with a unique piece of diamond jewelry from Knox Jewelers. We can't wait to see what your ingenuity will bring!
The Art Gallery of Alberta, located downtown, displays collections well over 6,000 works of art including historical and contemporary paintings, sculptures, installation works and photographs by Canadian and international artists. Originally designed in 1968 as a Brutalist building by Don Bittorf, the gallery recently underwent an million renovation designed by Randall Stout Architects and officially reopened in 2010. The newly renovated 85,000 square foot space includes double the exhibition space of the original building, restaurant, gallery shop, theatre and dedicated gallery space for the AGA's permanent collection. The building itself being a work of art, unique in design and built with integrity. Like the qualities only found in diamond jewelry from Knox Jewelers, our hand crafted engagement rings and wedding bands will be designed just for you and your partner to wear as a piece of art and the ideal spot to present your proposal would be the Zinc Restaurant. The Zinc menu features fresh Alberta ingredients fused with local artisan food products. The tantalizing creations are served in stunning surroundings from the gallery. After an excellent intimate dinner you can provide the surprise dessert, topped off with a Knox Jewelers engagement ring.
After an excellent intimate dinner you can provide the surprise dessert, topped off with a Knox Jewelers engagement ring.
Pack an antique wicker picnic basket and enjoy a relaxed packed brunch by candlelight. The Eternal Flame located on the Legislature buildings grounds will provide the biggest candlelit dining atmosphere in Edmonton. To commemorate 100 years of confederation, the flame was lit in 1955 by the Honourable Ernest C. Manning, Premier of the Province of Alberta. After breaking bread together, enjoy a pretty walk along the lighted courtyard and trees.
The perfect time to present your custom made Knox Jewelers engagement ring, when you reach the end of the pathway. On bended knee, offer your proposal and slip the ring on her finger. All the way back down the path, she will not be able to stop beaming while thinking about the beautiful proposal and the striking engagement ring and wedding band that changed her life.
Not an urban explorer? Put on your toque and discover Elk Island National Park. Situated in the Beaverhills area with aspen thickets and easy access to water, provides shelter for wintering herds of elk, bison and moose. Though there was never any permanent First Nations settlement in the area, over 200 archaeological remains of campsites and stone toolmaking sites at the park. After the African Serengeti, Elk Island has the 2nd highest population density of grazing animals in the world. A variety of wildlife, including bison, elk, moose, deer, coyotes and beavers are year round residents providing a great viewing experience. In addition to over 250 bird species, most notable are Red-necked Grebe, American White Pelican, Double-crested Cormorant, Great Blue Heron, Red Tailed Hawk, American Bittern and the Trumpeter Swan. With scenic trails and breathtaking landscapes enhancing your upcoming proposal, secluded viewpoints are located at most trailheads. Some of the most spectacular views can be seen on the shores of Astotin and Tawayik Lakes, especially at sunrise and sunset providing the quietest moment to take her breath away and gift your custom made wedding band and engagement ring from Knox Jewelers.
Knox Jewelers passion for creating works of art that will be passed down to generations to come is as unique in the diamond jewelry industry as our designs. Whichever venue or setting your proposal takes place; worries are placed aside when you pick the perfect wedding bands found only at Knox Jewelers.