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Want to learn more about splash pad in depot park? Funds to preserve facades throughout downtown? Wayfinding signage throughout Rawlins? Solar lights for the tops of buildings? Click here to learn about these projects and more!
So excited for Laramie's Main Street program!!! Way to go Trey Sherwood, the driving force... ...
We are thrilled to announce that Laramie Main Street Alliance and Laramie Mural Project have won the Innovation award from Main Street America.
Recognizing the need to beautify downtown while celebrating our uniqueness, in 2011 the Laramie Mural Project was initiated by the Laramie Main Street Alliance and the University of Wyoming Art Museum.
The artist community seized the opportunity to share their skills and vision for the future by creating public spaces that celebrate who we are today in powerful ways.
Now in its sixth year, the Laramie Mural Project has resulted in 10 large-scale murals and four mini murals that enliven the downtown. The murals have garnered local, regional and national attention that has resulted in increased foot traffic downtown.
With the innovation of the Laramie Mural Project giving voices to artists to celebrate our cultural and heritage assets, the future of downtown Laramie looks bright. From private investments to public spaces, ongoing donations for public art and increased foot traffic, the mural artists have truly made an impact to the economic and social vitality of the downtown district.
Special thanks to First Interstate Bank, the Albany County Tourism Board and Jim Ninnemann of Edward Jones for making donations in support of artist Meghan Meier attending the Main Street Now conference in Milwaukee and receiving this honor with Main Street Director, Trey Sherwood.
Still still to get FREE tickets for the concert! ...
Three weeks left for your chance to win two tickets to this year's SummerFest Just Got Hotter Concert!
All ticket winner will be put into an additional drawing for Meet and Greet passes with LOCASH and Josh Dorr!
You can purchase your tickets by clicking the link below!
Good luck! and see you at the Concert July 8th at the Carbon County Fairgrounds!
Downtown Concert Ticket GiveawayApril 1st - June 4th
The Giveaway rewards people who shop downtown Rawlins during April 1st through June 4th an entry to win tickets to the SummerFest Just Got Hotter Concert with LOCASH and special guest and Wyoming native Josh Dorr.
For more information on how to play click the link below