New art places and installations are popping up on the Karl Stirner Arts Trail (KSAT). Visitors can meet the artists involved in the latest projects 3-5 p.m., Saturday, April 30, while exploring Easton’s scenic 2.5 mile arts trail.
Children and families are welcome. An art identification sheet and cookies and juice for young art enthusiasts will be available at each art destination along the trail to quell their “Thirst for Art.”
Here’s what’s new on the KSAT:
Trail entrances are located along North 13th Street, adjacent to the Simon Silk Mill, and along Bushkill Drive, at the blue bridge. Additional information about the trail can be found on the KSAT site, including an updated and downloadable map. And check out the KSAT Facebook Friends page for more images and trail happenings.
Director of the Community-Based Teaching Program