Art on the Canal

Messenger photos by Sarah Huffman
The 13th annual Art on the Canal was hosted in historic downtown Canal Winchester on May 18 as vendors, artists, food trucks, and musicians lined the streets. Kids were given interactive opportunities to enjoy the event, featuring a collaborative hand painting mural on High Street. Pictured here are Danielle and Noah Ulintz of Canal Winchester enjoying the art work.
A young girl interacting with the collaborative hand painting mural on High Street.
The Poverty String Band performed at the Canal Winchester Historic Complex on North High Street where the community was invited to also explore the historic Prentiss School building and the Hocking Valley “Queen of the Line” train depot.
Visitors appreciated the work of Canal Winchester Middle School’s art projects on display in the historic Prentiss School building at the Canal Winchester Historic Complex.
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