Local artist Fly Freeman will be unveiling her sculpture, An Uxbridge Story In Stone, this September...

The project has been over a year in the making and is a tribute to both the trails of Uxbridge and the history of the development of the Township. The piece was commissioned by the Township Arts and Visual Enhancement Committee. The piece is a four-sided stone sculpture made from Indiana Limestone on which the artist has depicted the story of Uxbridge’s development from pioneer times in relief carvings.

Ms. Freeman has been sculpting the work at the museum grounds since June 2016. The four pieces of stone will be moved to the Township Offices in early September and assembled on-site on a cement base that has already been prepared for the sculpture.

The sculpture will be installed in front of the Township Hall at 51 Toronto St. S. and unveiled at 7:00pm at the Opening of the Juried Arts Show and Children’s Art Show on September 19th as part of the annual Celebration of the Arts Festival. The public is welcome to attend this free event. 

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For More Information:
Contact Colleen Baskin, Communication Officer,
Corporation of the Township of Uxbridge
Tel: (905) 852-9181 ext. 231
[email protected]