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Exhibition neighbourhood is located in south-east Saskatoon, Saskatchewan within the Nutana Suburban Development Area, Exhibition is a residential neighbourhood that is home to 2,626* residents. One school, a large park, and small strip mall service this community.
This neighbourhood is also sometimes known by the name of Thornton after a now decommissioned school that used to be in the area.
The neighbourhood is considered a low-to-middle income area, with an average family income of $55,229* and an average dwelling value of $247,855*. Home ownership rate is 51.1%* in this area.
Commercial development includes a service station at the corner of Ruth Street and Lorne Avenue, commercial development at Lorne Avenue and Taylor Street, and a number of light-industrial businesses on St. George Avenue and Isabella Street West.
The nearest public library serving Exhibition is the J.S. Wood branch of the Saskatoon Public Library, which is located at the corner of Lansdowe Avenue and Taylor Street.
Schools in Exhibition
There is just one school in Exhibition. A Catholic elementary school named St. Frances School (part of the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division) is located in the Exhibition neighbourhood.
The former Saskatoon Public School Division elementary school named Thornton was decommissioned in 1986 and torn down in 1997.
Parks and Recreation
To the west is the Diefenbaker Management Area which boasts the Diefenbaker Park, and Pioneer Cemetery. The park includes Optimist Hill for snowboarding, skiing and tobogganing and the park itself is a frequently used venue for picnics and public events and performances.
Arts and Culture
Located within Exhibition south of Ruth Street is the Western Development Museum Saskatoon branch which focuses on the theme 1910 - Boomtown. Actual buildings from the era, combined with recreations, are kept in a climate-controlled environment and filled with artifacts of the time. Buildings on site include a homestead, a police station, a bank, a newspaper office (with working printing press), a saddle shop, a general store, and a dentist's office, to name a few. The museum also includes displays of vintage automobiles and farm equipment.
Annually the Exhibition neighbourhood becomes home to the Saskatoon Ex - with rides, midway, and trade shows - located at Prairieland Park and Saskatoon Exhibition Grounds south of Ruth Street.
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