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St. Laurent Shrine (Our Lady of Lourdes)

St. Laurent Shrine (Our Lady of Lourdes)
Food Service / RestaurantFull Wheelchair AccessModern Washrooms

Along the South Saskatchewan River. 12km directly E of Duck Lake on grid road; alternate road at statue landmark on Hwy 11, approximately 5km NE of Duck Lake.

Inspired by the shrine at Lourdes, France, the St. Laurent Shrine was erected in 1879 through the efforts of Fr. Fourmond and Brother Piquet. Log church constructed 1995. Museum/information centre, religious items for sale. Annual pilgrimmages on Jul 15 and 16 , Aug 15 and Virgin Mary's birthday on Sep 8; visit website for more information.


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1433 Goshen Place
Prince Albert, SK  S6V 0R7

Tel: (306) 467-2212 / (306) 467-2060
Website: http://stlaurentshrine.com

Historical cemetery.

17-May-2014 to 8-Sep-2014

Free admission
Hours of operation: Museum/information centre open mid-Jun to Aug 31. Shrine open May to Sep. Call to confirm event dates. Food will be available.

Full wheelchair access
Tourist information
Gift shop
Food service
Picnic area

Self-guided tour
Guided tour
Tours upon request

Group tour services
Guide services
Advance Notice Requirements / Additional Group Tour Information: Contact Omer at (306) 467-2060 to arrange tours.

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