In honor of the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, an “origami sculpture” entitled “Pollinator Pathway” will be constructed on the Town Green throughout the day.
The sculpture reflects a collaboration of many individuals (from Redding and beyond) through a self-directed effort to create what will be an elaborate “curtain” of paper pollinators and flowers, all done while “sheltering in place” during this difficult time of COVID-19.
On Earth Day, we ask that the pubic respectfully wait until the sculpture is complete and then practice social distancing when viewing up close. You are certainly welcome—and invited—to watch the spectacle as you walk or drive by!! Give a honk, shout-out and wave!!
Rain date: when its dry and the sun comes back out!
The sculpture will hang until is gets soggy. At that point, it will be taken down and the sculpture remnants will be converted into seed paper.
Click the link to learn more about Earth Day, the sculpture, as well as some lovely signs with quotes that have been strategically placed on our Open Space trails (just a handful) for you to spy and enjoy.
Time: 9 am-5 pm
Where: Redding Town Green