You are invited to join in the grand opening celebration at Front Street Station in Downtown Mesquite on May 22.
This event, free to the public, will feature a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 4 p.m. During the ceremony, the public will be invited to join in the proceedings.
Following the ribbon-cutting, the public is invited to enjoy a first view of eight new 10'x7' murals placed throughout the project area. In addition, free limited-edition posters featuring all of the artwork will be distributed to the first 100 in attendance.
Free snowcones will be available, and food trucks will be on-site ready to serve up their specialties (purchase required at food trucks).
We'll renew our invitation to the public to put their own stamp on an upcoming downtown public art project with Paint U in the Horseshoe. We'll have a painting station available for adults to design their own horseshoe that will eventually be part of a public art installation.
Penny and the Flamethrowers will take the stage at 6:45 p.m. to entertain with their rockabilly sound.
Be sure to be there at 7:30 p.m. when the lights go on for the first time throughout the project area.
Read more about Front Street station at this link.