Mole Hill Community Banner

On July 23rd my mom, Jan MacLean, and I helped out at the Mole Hill Heritage Society in Vancouver’s West End.  Mole Hill is a housing community composed of heritage buildings, and all members of the community were invited to come and take part in the banner painting. The theme of the banner was “what community means to me,” and will be displayed in a public space within the housing society.
This day was beautiful but hot, and there was a great turn out from the neighbourhood, with artists of all ages in attendance. There were great attitudes, lots of painting, experimental print making (with leaves!), and pizza. All in all, it was a great success and lots of fun.

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