Village of Sceptre, Saskatchewan

Wheat Stalks
Four Heads of Wheat

Wheat Sheaf © September 2000 David YanciwWheat Sheaf - Marc Coulavin
Designer: Carol Hegg
Sculptor: Georgea Jaegli (J's Welding & Machine)

When Built: 1990

Dimensions:
Height: 33 Feet (10.1 Metres)

Construction Materials:
Metal

Location:
Northeast corner of Railway and Kingsway (Main Street)

Reason for Building:

Tourist Attraction. It was created to be the tallest wheat plant in North America

Additional Information:

Sceptre has several nice murals in town.

That is Marc Coulavin in the second photo. To give you an indication of size, Marc is 5' 8" (1.75 m).

George Jaegli also created Chokecherry in Lancer , SK, Wheat Stalks in Cabri , SK, and the Corn Stalks in Taber, AB.

Information Source: Sceptre Museum

Picture Source: DMY and Marc Coulavin

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Created By DMY on October 1, 1998
Last Updated: September 18, 2002