From August 21 through 23, 2015, Sherbrooke’s Marché de la Gare was transformed into an open-air art gallery for the second annual Symposium Art Mural Sherbrooke. Ten murals were created live by local, national and international artists and muralists during this event. As well as a showcase for Sherbrookers’ savoir-faire, the Symposium Art Mural is a forum for exchanges among citizens, visitors and professional creators of urban and mural art.
“Community” sums up Lennoxville quite nicely. This bilingual, family-oriented and peaceful borough is a historical and cultural community that unquestionably benefits from shared heritage. It is a human-scale community with all the sharing and sense of belonging that an active town implies. Its many organizations bring people together around school, sports, art, music, youth and seniors. This community is made all the richer by volunteering and entrepreneurship. There is a wide range of volunteer community services here. Lennoxville’s community connection refers to communication, with its discretion and wisdom that requires sincere humility and mutual respect.
Ville de Sherbrooke, Destination Sherbrooke, Familiprix Roxane Fournier & Rémi Gosselin, Les Peintures De Armond, Le Renaissance, La Tribune, Ici Radio-Canada, Rythme Sherbrooke, Centre de formation professionnelle de Lennoxville, Centre funéraire Cass.