The Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership (TMSP) has announced the theme for this year’s Street Art Project – Adirondack Pallets.
The goal of the Street Art Project is to adorn sidewalks and businesses with hand-crafted, hand-painted work done by local artists, as well as to raise funds for a Montcalm Street project.
Hand-painted pallets and unique creations will be on display in front of or at Ticonderoga stores, restaurants, and other organizations from May through mid-October.
Members of the community and visitors are welcome and encouraged to come out and enjoy the exclusive pallets, as well check out the dedicated businesses supporting this important project.
Businesses and organizations are invited to sign up to be a Street Art Auction project sponsor. A limited number of pallets are available on first come, first serve basis. The cost of sponsorship is $30, and you can sign up by contacting the TMSP.
The Street Art Project will culminate with an auction on October 20th where members of the public will be able to bid on the creative pallets.
“Join with your friends, family, and neighbors by embracing this opportunity to attend an exciting event,” Katy Rasmus, Street Art Project and Auction Co-Chair said in a statement. “Your enthusiasm and support can be contagious for the entire community.”
The Ticonderoga Montcalm Street Partnership behind this project aims to create significant, long-term change in Ticonderoga’s business district, and to support economic revitalization and historic preservation.
The organization has engaged in other events to support Ticonderoga in the past, such as a town-wide Clean-Up Day, a Community Giveback Day, and HalloweenFest, which encourages safe trick-or-treating.
The Adirondack Pallets theme for this year’s project falls in line with prior themes, most of which also emphasized elements of the Adirondacks. Previous themes were Soldiers on Parade, Relax in the Adirondacks, For the Birds, Adirondack Benches, and Adirondack Rain Barrels.
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