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Final workshops set for Carnegie's Library Park mosaic mural

| Monday, June 4, 2018, 11:27 a.m.
An artist's rendering of Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall's Library Park shows what the area along Beechwood Avenue in Carnegie is expected to look like when work is completed in the fall of 2018.
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An artist's rendering of Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall's Library Park shows what the area along Beechwood Avenue in Carnegie is expected to look like when work is completed in the fall of 2018.

The final workshops for volunteers looking to complete the mosaic mural for the planned Library Park in front of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall in Carnegie will be held 1 to 4 p.m. June 10 and 6 to 8 p.m. June 14.

The mural, which be added to the side of two, 18-inch high walls that are 53 feet and 63 feet in length and will depict well-known people from Carnegie, such as Honus Wagner, and local landmarks such as the domes of the Holy Virgin Church and St. Paul Ukrainian Orthodox Church.

The mural will serve as the centerpiece of Library Park, refurbished green space in front of the library.

Suzanne Elliott is a Tribune-Review staff writer. She can be reached at selliott@tribweb.com, 412-627-9423, or via Twitter at @41Suzanne.

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