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Thursday, August 6, 2015

Art in Motion Press Release

From the Coeur d'Alene Press:
New brochures detailing multiple walking and biking trails that offer opportunities to explore public art in Coeur d'Alene are now available.
The city's Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee, in cooperation with the Coeur d'Alene Arts Commission, announced the publication of the documents.The walking brochure has two different trails. One is 1.7 miles and takes 60-90 minutes to complete. The second trail is 2.2 miles and takes from 90 minutes to two hours to complete. The biking brochure features a 13-mile trail that takes two to four hours to ride. Electronic versions of all the brochures are available at http://mapping.cdaid.org/art.
Members of the two committees did the research for the brochures and Debbie Frisbie, the city's graphic information systems coordinator, put it together. The printing costs were covered by donations from local businesses, including Vertical Earth, Commercial Printing, Taphouse Unchained, Lukins and Annis, and Mountain Madness Soap Co. as well as a contribution from the CDA Arts Commission. Another shorter bike route will be printed as soon as additional funds are collected.
The brochures are available at City Hall, the Chamber of Commerce and donating businesses. For more information or to donate to the printing of future brochures, please contact Chris Bosley, chair of the CDA Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee, chriswbosley@gmail.com.

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