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‘Dude Chilling Park’ sign gets a permanent home in Guelph Park

February 25 2014

Dude Chilling Park sign

The Dude Chilling Park sign is being permanently installed in Guelph Park.

The public artwork mimics standard park signs found in city parks and was designed and donated by artist Victor Briestensky. 

The sign is a light hearted reference to the wooden sculpture Reclining Figure by Michael Dennis installed in Guelph Park in 1991 and celebrates the unique characteristics of the park and neighbourhood.

The sign will be unveiled in Guelph Park on Thursday, February 27 at 11:00am.

Learn more about the Dude Chilling Park sign

Guelph Park public art

The Park Board accepted the donation of the Dude Chilling Park sign after receiving a request from Mount Pleasant residents to reinstall the sign permanently.