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Whimsical fish another cultural gem in art-rich Burkesville, KY

2014-08-26 - Cumberland Co. Judicial Center, Burkesville, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag. These high flying whimsical fish sculptures are the latest cultural additonal to art-rich downtown Burkesville, KY. The idea came from brainstorming sessions which included Burkesville artists Pat Ritter and Charlotte Cash and Cumberland County Library Director Liza Turner. Ritter and Cash in turn collaborated with Gradyville, KY sculptor David Waltz. The whole project was completed from July to a grant implemention deadline of August 15, 2014. And Friday evening, August 29, 2014, the Library is hosting the first "Movie on the Square." Turner said, "The evening will kick-off with a commemoration of the sculpture project around 7:30pmCT, with Charlotte Cash and Pat Ritter doing a short video about the project. The movie "Finding Nemo," will start around 8pmCT, Turner said.
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