Join the Lieutenant Governor at the New Year's Day Levee

Government House has been designated as a provincial and federal historic resource.  It's home to an  art collection displayed in rooms throughout the house.

Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Lois Mitchell invites everyone to join her at the annual New Year's Day levee in Edmonton on Monday, January 1, 2018.

Lieutenant Governor Mitchell and His Honour Doug Mitchell will be welcoming members of the public at Government House on January 1 from 1:30 to 3:30 PM. They will be joined by the Vice-Regal Escort, which includes senior members of the Canadian Armed Forces, RCMP and Edmonton Police.  Information for media

Government House is located in Edmonton at 12845 - 102 Avenue in Edmonton's Glenora neighbourhood (adjacent to the old site of the Royal Alberta Museum). 

This open house-style event is family friendly and all are welcome. Young visitors will be able to take away a  small activity package. 

The levee is an opportunity to meet the Lieutenant Governor, visit historic Government House and take in its art collection, enjoy music and light refreshments and write a postcard of thanks and encouragement to Canadian Forces members serving overseas.

Free parking is available on the grounds. The House is wheelchair accessible from the west side of the building. 

 

The House  was the official residence of Alberta's first six Lieutenant Governors. It's now used by the Lieutenant Governor, Government of Alberta and the public sector for meetings, events and celebrations.