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The Bethlehem Art Walk is put on by a small group of committed volunteers who give countless hours of their time, their resources, and even money from their own pockets to make this event happen each year. We really count on neighbors, businesses and community sponsors to pull this off. We appreciate all of your support of our efforts to make this event as awesome as possible for the community year after year.
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A Message from our Directors
The ArtWalk will once again return to Main Street Bethlehem in August, marking our seventh year of enlivening the streets of our quiet village. We’ve learned quite a bit over the last seven years, but perhaps the most valuable lesson has been that it truly takes a community to pull off such an event. Several local business owners have told us that our event has resulted in benchmark sales records for them. This matters, and so we keep doing what we do.
Our sole purpose has always been to enrich the culture, commerce and community of Bethlehem, and thanks to an army of volunteers, countless hours of hard work, and the generous support of individuals and organizations such as yourself, we have been able to make some serious magic happen. Two of our proudest moments were when we revealed the community mural on the side of the WREN building and when we gave the vacant Lloyd Hill building on Route 302 a colorful makeover. So what do we have planned this year? So much my friends, we hardly know where to start!
BATHING BEAUTIES – If you’ve been around the White Mountain region for awhile, you may remember there were once two bathing beauties perched atop the bath house at the Town Pool, and you may also remember the cheerful pool sign in front of town hall, pointing the way to the pool. Through a wee bit of luck and a generous amount of determination, the Pool Committee was able to locate and salvage one vintage bathing beauty a few years ago. We plan to recreate the other one, as well as the pool sign.
TOWN BANNERS – We’ve also noticed that the old town banners are beginning to look a bit run down, the brackets are bent or broken, and some of the posts don’t even have banners anymore. One of our committee members has been silently tending to these banners over the last four years while the rest of us hardly noticed. In accordance with our goal to continue to liven and beautify Bethlehem in an on-going manner, we plan to repair all of the brackets and replace all of the banners. In a perfect world, we would like to change the banners at least four times a year, but we have decided to start small and focus on two seasons and two of our annual events.