Alderlea 150 Public Art UnveilingAlderlea Brampton , Ontario
Heritage, Visual Arts — Collective Creation
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of Alderlea, a new public art piece will be erected and unveiled on the grounds outside the facility. In tribute to the redevelopment of Alderlea Estate, artist and fabricator Tim DesCloud has crafted a commemorative park bench - entitled "For the Love of a House" - in recognition of this occasion. The event will include a formal ribbon cutting ceremony involving City of Brampton officials, followed by a small reception offering light refreshments to those in attendance. Come out and celebrate this historic occasion during Culture Days!
This project is presented in partnership with MILLIGAN IRON WORKS - Lead welder/fabricator- Dennis Leask. Special Thanks to Ottawa Powder-Coating, and Ottawa Oasis Concrete
|Thu 27 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Fri 28 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 29 Sep||11:00 AM to 12:00 PM|
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40 Elizabeth Street South, Brampton, L6Y 1R1
Brampton , Ontario
City of Brampton
Alderlea, meaning meadow of Alder trees, was constructed circa 1867 for Kenneth Chisholm, businessman, political figure and son-in-law of John Elliott, a founding father of Brampton. Alderlea stands as a monument to Brampton’s heritage, showcases the successful blend of classic and contemporary, and exemplifies the City’s commitment to cultural heritage conservation.
This event is in English.
This event is not wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Sculpture, Outdoors, Historic Site, Family Friendly, All Ages, corridor-downtownbrampton