Mural unveiled at Kane St Community Garden dedication
The mural is dedicated to honor all people where the American with Disabilities Act has given them a path to a better life
LA CROSSE, Wis (WKBT) – The Kane Street Garden unveiled a new piece of art during the garden dedication earlier today.
Local artists and students for the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of La Crosse created the mural on the side of the raised garden bed planter at the community garden.
The mural is dedicated to honor all people where the American with Disabilities Act has given them a path to a better life.
The word “community” anchors the mural, and it’s surrounded by images of vegetables and flowers.
“I just wanted people to smile, and bring a positive message about community and growing and love, and all that this garden represents,” said Jill Rippe, a local artist who worked on the mural.
The planter was designed and built by members of Unitarian Universalist La Crosse, with help from students from Viterbo University and help from the Hunger Task Force.
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