Arts organization celebrating Earth Day with street festival

The Cache Valley Center for the Arts is hosting its first-ever Earth Day Street Festival on Friday, April 22 and program Director Amanda Castillo says people of all ages and from all walks of life are invited to participate. She says the event starts at 2:30 p.m. on 100 South between Main Street and the Thatcher-Young Mansion.On KVNU’s Crosstalk show Tueday, Castillo said a highlight comes at 3:30 with the unveiling of a bell sculpture by Doug Adams of Deweyville, who has created at least 700 bells.”We’re so excited that he’s really embraced this idea,” Castillo exclaimed. “He’s allowing us to display a permanent piece of sculptural art at the center. “We hope that this will be an opportunity for people to see public art downtown, maybe create some conversation for more public art. We’ll be unveiling that as part of the Earth Day celebration.”She says among the other offerings are Magic by Richard Hatch, a recycled fashion show, a Logan High School percussion ensemble trash performance, the Gypsies Junk Band, a blip pot workshop and the 6:30 p.m. Community Junk Jam. A full schedule of events is available by

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