Murray CSO fence will get a public painted mural; Paint party set for Aug. 18
As King County prepares to construct the new Combined Sewer Overflow Facility near Lowman Beach, which will start next year they are getting the site ready. An early step is the erection of a fence prior to the deconstruction of the onsite buildings coming this fall. Lowman Beach Park is at 7071 Beach Drive. s.w.
The county is inviting the public to help paint the mural that will cover the construction site fence for at least the next year. A mural painting teaching artist from the Nature Consortium will be onsite to explain mural design and help painters get started. Materials and templates will be provided, and if you'd like to take part they are urging you to wear your "painting clothes."
The event will begin at 10am and conclude at 3:30pm.
Families and children of all ages are welcome, and there is no obligation to stay for the whole day. You can paint for a while, enjoy a snack and then go enjoy the rest of your Saturday.
King County is building the Murray CSO Control Facility to protect public health and clean up Puget Sound.
King County Murray CSO Control Facility Fence Art Paint Party
August 18, 2012 at 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Lowman Beach Park, 7071 Beach Drive Southwest