"Welcome to Melville"Wheat Stalks, flag, & rocks are a warm welcome to visitors approaching from the West. A Retired Teachers’ Association project.
Location: Highway #10 West of Melville
The engine & conductor reflect Melville’s historic dependence on the C.N.R. as a major employer. The conductor welcomes visitors and points them to our downtown core.
Location: Jaycee Park 3rd Ave
Boy on Bicycle
Children & bikes go hand-in-hand!
Location: 100 block of 3rd Ave. West
A gift to Audrey from her Staff.
Location: South wall of Danello's Beauty Salon at 209 Main St.
A tribute to the heritage of prairie agriculture. The figure is looking up for weather signs, for a better future. Sponsored by Prairie Co-operative Ltd. It is surrounded by historic wagon wheels, a walking plow, rock, and native plants.
Location: Corner of Queen St. & 2nd Ave. (across from the Co-op Grocery Store)
Figure Skater & Hockey Player
Hockey teams were established in 1909, figure skating in 1950 marking Melville’s reputation as a sports town.
Location: Corner of Queen St. & 2nd Ave at the Merv Moore Sportsplex
Location: 429 Main St.
Woman & Child
Location: On City Hall grounds on Main St. near the Public Library
Location: 515 Main St.
Location: St. Henry’s Church 729 Main St.
Children at Play with Dog
Location: Queen St. & 7th Ave.
Location: Inner courtyard of St. Peter’s Hospital.
Is our family out for a hole-in-one, or just looking to a day of fun? (Silhouette by Keith Lang & Jim Schmidt.)
Location: at the Melville Country Club Golf Course across Highway #10 and Queen St. exit.
A painted snowmobiler silhouette in memory of Mark Lalonde.
Location: Service Road North of Highway #10.
Recognizes the importance of ball teams of all ages.
Location: Prince Edward St. entrance to Regional Park.
Cowboy & Rodeo Figure
Funded by private donations, located near the main building in the AgriPark.
Location: AgriPark Road off Highway #10 East
Sponsored by the Lions Club to replace the Hugh Vassos’ original fiber-glass model. (Designed by Wally Oucharek)
Location: Highway #10 East