The community is invited to enjoy a fun-filled day planned for Saturday, May 7th, 11 am – 2 pm, in the
Winamac Town Park. The event culminates what will be the last phase of a 3-phase project that
commenced last fall.
Phase 1: Aesthetic improvements to the artesian well area, which are well underway with the update of
the structures paint and stain. Soon to come is the addition of complementary plant life.
Phase 2: Installation of artwork that celebrates Pulaski County. The public will soon be invited to vote
on the selection of some components!
Phase 3: A public celebration to be enjoyed by all ages. This event will feature hands-on art activities, a
public dedication of installed artwork, a celebration of improvements made to the artesian well area,
and artisans showcasing their talents.
Opportunities for Community Involvement
Artists who are interested in displaying works of art or performing an artistic demonstration for attendee
enjoyment. | ARTIST PARTICIPATION FORM
Organizations and businesses are encouraged to offer artistic activities for public enjoyment. This can
be done by leading an activity or making a financial contribution to purchase supplies for an activity. | ACTIVITY SPONSOR FORM
Those interested in collaborating in either of the ways noted above on Saturday, May 7th are
encouraged to send an email to email@example.com or fill out the appropriate form.
This project is made possible through the collaboration of various community organizations as well as
the Indiana Arts Commission which is providing some of the financial assistance through an awarded
grant. More details of the upcoming components of the project will be shared in the weeks ahead.
Pulaski County Tribe is a non-profit organization in Pulaski County. Their mission is to communicate,
collaborate, and celebrate among all communities in Pulaski County for the greater good of residents
and guests. The organization serves as a channel that brings together organizations, businesses, and residents to positively impact communities in Pulaski County. You can learn more about PCT at
www.pulaskicountytribe.com. To contact the organization, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE: News release from Pulaski County Tribe