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Public Art Dedication Ceremony

WFBronze-WFPlazaThe City of Lewisville will dedicate its newest piece of permanent public art, a life-sized bronze sculpture portraying civic leader and former Lewisville Mayor Wayne Ferguson on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 6 p.m. The sculpture, created by artist David and Martin Iles of Bolivar Bronze in Sanger, includes a seated figure of Ferguson studying a map of the plaza named in his honor. Additional elements to the piece include a stack of rolled maps and a collection of personal items important to Ferguson, including a saddle blanket, chaps and his favorite pair of spurs. Members of the Ferguson family and donors to the project will be present.

The dedication ceremony will take place at the site of the sculpture, which is along the water feature near the Charles Street entrance of Wayne Ferguson Plaza, across the street from Lewisville City Hall in Historic Old Town Lewisville. This ceremony will be part of the Rocktober Halloween Bash event, which begins at 5 p.m. For details about street closures in Old Town in conjunction with the event visit cityoflewisville.com/wfpparking.