Fenelon sculpture project to move ahead

By Lindsay Advocate

The Fenelon Arts Committee has successfully raised the funds needed for The Sculpture Project, according to a media release.

The fundraising campaign began in 2020 and has raised over $50,000. Two works, Portage by James C. Smith and River Grove by Susan Rankin, will be mounted on limestone bases in the Rain Garden south of Maryboro Lodge: The Fenelon Museum, and will ultimately be on display as City art.

The arts committee is grateful for the support and assistance it has received from the Fenelon Falls Powerlinks Committee, Fenelon Rotary Club, the Community Foundation of Kawartha Lakes
(especially the Community Fund Fenelon Falls), The Fenelon Chest Fund, the Ontario Ministry of
Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries, City of Kawartha Lakes, and especially its many
individual donors. The Fenelon Arts Committee is part of Kawartha Works Community Co-operative.

“We are very thankful to our community and look forward to celebrating the installation of these works when it is safe to do so in the coming months.”

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