July 31, 2019

A Community Mural

Stacy Self creates the outline of a community mural

The Bicentennial Committee is excited to be working with Wildy's World artist Stacy Self on a community mural to celebrate Boone County. Over the course of the last year, Stacy and the committee have met with residents across the county to generate a vision for a 25 foot mural that will hang in the Boone County History and Culture Center throughout 2020. This fall we'll host a series of painting sessions throughout Boone County to allow every resident the chance to be a part of the project. Be on the lookout for announcements to help out!

Committee member Janet Thompson describing the mural at a listening session in Rocheport
Community members brainstorming idea in Ashland

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