New Sculpture To Illuminate Riverfront
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A new sculptule will light up the river front this summer thanks to a partnership between ENWIN Utilities, the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) and the City of Windsor.
The partnership will see the construction and installation of a kinetic, geodesic light sculpture at the Rotary Club of Windsor (1918) Centennial Plaza, currently under construction east of Dieppe Gardens.
The sculpture is a legacy gift to the Windsor community, created by artist/sculptor Nicolas de Cosson, that will offer an ever-changing show of light, energy and artistry within the Centennial Plaza, and beyond.
“We are delighted to contribute a beacon of light and energy that will identify Windsor from across the border and become a lasting legacy for our community to enjoy for many years to come,” she told the assembly. “Electricity powers our community — our homes, businesses, hospitals, schools and recreational activities — and now our riverfront,” said ENWIN President and CEO Helga Reidel.
The new plaza is expected to open later this spring.