New Erie Canal Mural To Be Dedicated Sunday, September 19

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We are pleased to invite you to the dedication of the NEW Erie Canal Mural at Lift Bridge Book Shop on Sunday, September 19 at 12pm. After two years of vision, planning, and hard work, this new Main Street masterpiece is ready to be celebrated by the many residents, donors, and invested community members who revitalized this gem gracing the façade at 45 Main Street.
The ceremony will include history of the canal, information about the original art on the building and it’s inspiration, and the artistic process involved in the new mural. This event is rain or shine and limited seating will be available.
We hope you can join us in celebrating this new phase in public art in Brockport!