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UPDATE: Turtle mural recreation party rescheduled due to weather

A windstorm blew the mural over in 2021, leaving it beyond repair, but as people continued to ask when the mural would be put back up, the Worthington Arts Commission decided to redo it.

Mindy Kuhl, from left, Gail Holinka, Mike Woll and Craig Clark dedicate the panel of murals across from Sailboard Beach during a small ceremony in 2011.
Mindy Kuhl, from left, Gail Holinka, Mike Woll and Craig Clark dedicate the panel of murals across from Sailboard Beach during a small ceremony in 2011.
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WORTHINGTON — The Arty Party has been rescheduled for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 2 at the Worthington Memorial Auditorium Performing Arts Center.

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WORTHINGTON — The public is invited to an Arty Party from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Worthington Memorial Auditorium Performing Arts Center.

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Participants will get to redo a beloved community mural created as a collaborative project during the Windsurfing Regatta and Unvarnished Music Festival around 2008, with artists Nick and Nicole Fischer.

A windstorm blew the mural over in 2021, leaving it beyond repair, but as people continued to ask when the mural would be put back up, the Worthington Arts Commission decided to redo it.

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Round Lake Vineyards and Lupita’s Restaurant Bar Grill will provide appetizers, courtesy of the Southwest Minnesota Arts Council, and a cash bar will be available. Art from the Nobles County Arts Center will be featured in the lobby.

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