The Epcor Waterfall, titled "Light Venturi", was created by Terry Frost and operates from late May until early September. This piece contains three light tubes representing the Northern Lights.
The EPCOR Amphitheatre is a place where visitors can sit and watch events and entertainment. The amphitheatre can seat up to 500 people while the Square has standing room suitable for up to 12,000 people.
Churchill Square was redeveloped thanks to the generous donations of individuals, companies, not-for-profit groups, and all three levels of government. These donors are recognized in Churchill Square on the donor plaques and panels.
The stainless steel donor panels are located on the west side of the Centennial Pavilion. They tell the story of the Edmonton Centennial 2004 Legacy project and list the benefactors, patrons, donors, and sponsors of Churchill Square.
Located throughout the Square are the donor plaques. These bronze plaques recognize contributions from Legacy, Heritage, and Community donors to Churchill Square.
West Formal Gardens
The plants in the West Garden represent Borealis plants that are typically found in Alberta. The gardens also feature several vertical light poles representing the northern lights.