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Blog post offered from our guest editor Anna Metcalfe:

Wishes for the Sky, an event begun three years ago by Marcus Young, the City of St. Paul's Public Artist Resident, will be held this coming Sunday, April 25 on Harriet Island.Wishes for the Sky is a public art event in celebration of Earth Day Inspired by Asian traditions of flying wishes on kites, the public is encouraged to re-contextualize this gesture in the spirit of spring and environmental sustainability. This year will feature an Open Drum Circle Finale by Marc Anderson, a yurt design for a sculpture called House to Touch the Wind by Peter Kramer, and two new calligraphy scrolls by Shen Pei. The event is held from 11 am - 5 pm. Volunteers have been requested on April 24 and 25

For more information about the event visit: www.wishesforthesky.org

May there be good kite-flying breezes to host a myriad of wishes and lovely artistic delights this weekend!

WISHES FOR THE SKY
SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 11AM-5PM
HARRIET ISLAND, SAINT PAUL

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