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October 26, 2016
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Henry Moore's iconic sculpture at Nathan Phillips Square
Three speakers will help honour the historic importance of Henry Moore's Three-Way Piece No. 2 (more widely known as The Archer) public art work, which was originally unveiled at Nathan Phillips Square by former Toronto Mayor Phil Givens on October 27, 1966.

Date: Thursday, October 27
Time: noon to 12:30 p.m.
Location: Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St. W.

Speakers will include Michael Givens, the son of Mayor Givens; Wayne Reeves, the City's Chief Curator for Museums & Heritage Services; and Chris Pommer from Plant Architect Inc., one of the firms leading the revitalization of Nathan Phillips Square. Min Givens, the widow of Mayor Givens, will also be in attendance.

More information about the sculpture and photographs from the 1966 unveiling are available at

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