Edmonton Public Library Strathcona Branch

Local nameEdmonton Public Library Strathcona Branch
LocationEdmonton, Canada

The Old Strathcona Branch, one of the oldest libraries in Alberta, completed in 1913, was the first library erected in the City of Edmonton. Nevertheless, the Strathcona Library does have a complex background as to its historical status within the Edmonton Public Library system. It is located on 104th Street, a block off of Whyte Avenue in the heart of Old Strathcona. Situated next to Wilbert McIntyre Park, the iconic Old Strathcona Gazebo, and the year-round Old Strathcona Farmer's Market, the Old Strathcona Branch is often a central gathering area for much of the local community. During the annual Edmonton International Fringe Festival in the surrounding area, the Old Strathcona Branch often hosts a large booksale to help shift aging and excess material from Edmonton Public Library's circulation.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Strathcona_Branch_(Edmonton_Public_Library)

Official Website https://www.epl.ca/locations/EPLSTR/

Phone +1-780-496-1828

Address 104 Street NW 8331, T6E 4E9 Edmonton

Coordinates 53°31'11.318" N -113°29'49.174" E

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