Volunteers needed to paint Drouin's 'Snake Path'
Baw Baw News By Sarah Muschamp // 14:43, Thursday 13 March 2014
In an attempt to improve representation of the local indigenous population the Baw Baw Shire will host a community art project in Civic Park, Drouin, later this month.
The project will involve painting an indigenous-themed “Snake Path”, and the council is calling on the community to help.
Funded partially by the Drouin Rotary Club, the path will form part of the Drouin “Path of Achievement” in celebration of community and indigenous culture.
With an 8am start the project has three stages of painting, all open to the public.
The majority of volunteers are needed from 4 to 6pm to apply a protective seal on the artwork.
At 1pm, a free barbecue will be provided to all involved.
Date: Saturday 22 March
Place: Civic Park, Drouin
Times: 8-10am (painting the base) 11am-1pm (Aboriginal artwork) 4-6pm (graffiti seal)
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