June 4th, 2016 at 7:00 pm
Unitarian Church of Edmonton
Students have been practicing hard all year and are excited to show off their skills! Come and join us for an evening of celebration and entertainment. There will be snacks served after the performance.
How do I get there?
The Unitarian Church is on the corner where 108th Avenue turns into 119th Street.
From the south go to the corner of 107th Avenue and 116th Street. Then go north on 116th Street until you come to the 108th Avenue. Turn left and follow the road around until you come to where the road curves to the north. The church is right on the corner of that curve on the left hand side (when you are heading north). Turn left into the alley at the south side of the building. This will bring you into the parking lot where the main entrance is.
From the north go to the corner of 111th Avenue and 119th Street. Then go south on 119th Street until the street starts to curve to the east. The church is right on the corner of that curve on the right hand side (where you are heading south). Turn right into the alley at the south side of the building. This will bring you into the parking lot where the main entrance is.
The church building is wheelchair accessible.
Please Note: All access to the church is around the side and back of the building. The front of the building contains other businesses that are not related to the church. There are signs marking the entrances (one on the side and one at the back).
Where do I Park?
The parking lot is around the side and the back of the building. If the parking lot is full (which is unlikely) try parking on 120th Street. There is usually lots of parking available there. Watch for posted signs. Please note that there is no parking in any alley at any time.
All family and friends are welcome so please invite anyone you would like.
Please bring a snack or pot luck item to share after the performance.
Please arrive early so that you have time to check out the performance space and get directions from me before we start.
Dress formal if you like however it is more important for you to wear something you are comfortable in. So if your preference is not the most formal thing, don't worry, wear what makes you feel confident!
Most importantly, remember to have fun! This is a celebration of all your hard work and achievements.