July 1, 2013: Two Rivers Gallery in Downtown Prince George.
Downtown Prince George is located at the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako Rivers. It’s quite big, considering its population size of 80,000 in the city of PG. However, it’s very empty. You won’t see many people walking on the streets; at least it was such on Canada Day long weekend.
July 1, 2013: A totem pole at Two Rivers Gallery.
July 1, 2013: The outdoor plaza at Prince George Civic Centre has a clock tower and a water fountain.
July 1, 2013: The new RCMP headquarter under construction.
July 1, 2013: Knox United Church
July 1, 2013: The Knox Presbyterian Church was built in 1922 and became the home of two congregations: the Knox Presbyterian Church of Prince George and the First Presbyterian Church of Central Fort George. The church became a busy community centre and was used for more than religious services, with a large number of social events and fundraisers taking places in the building. In 1955, the church expanded with an addition designed by local architect Trelle Morrow. He included laminated timber beams in the construction, a feature that allowed a large open space to be built without unsightly support pillars. In the 1920s and 1930s, Knox United Church was the centre of winter fun. There was a steep gully in front of the building perfect for sledding and an outdoor skating rink was nearby. Eventually, the gully experienced a fate similar to that of other river ravines and swamps in the area. It was filled with gravel and could no longer be used by children as a hill for sledding.
July 1, 2013: Building used for Canada Games
July 1, 2013: Moon Bear Statue.
July 1, 2013: The right palm of Moon Bear has the Big Bear Ursa Major constellation with the big dipper.
July 1, 2013: Eagle sculpture with First Nations Art
July 1, 2013: A giant graffiti in Downtown Prince George.
July 1, 2013: St Michael's Anglican Church
July 1, 2013: Jordy's Lounge and Shooters Bar & Grill
July 1, 2013: Canadian Red Cross Office
July 1, 2013: Coast Hotels
July 1, 2013: Prince George Courthouse
July 1, 2013: JJ Springer & Company is one of the many retail shops in downtown.