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Volunteers400 viewsVolunteers are a vital part of the Stream of Dreams program, they are needed to help with cutting the fish, preparing the fish for painting, the art workshop and installing the mural.
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School Sign382 viewsEach school paints a sign with their own chosen message.
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Dream Fish141 viewsEach child paints a "dream fish" for the mural after learning about their local watershed and how to keep it healthy.
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Stream of Dreams Mural135 viewsThe mural’s purpose is to inspire everyone to protect and conserve water to ensure a healthy future for our rivers, lakes, oceans and communities.
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Dream Fish134 viewsEach child paints a "dream fish" for the mural after learning about their local watershed and how to keep it healthy.
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Volunteers132 viewsVolunteers are a vital part of the Stream of Dreams program, they are needed to help with the art workshop and installing the mural.
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Stream of Dreams Mural130 viewsThe mural’s purpose is to inspire everyone to protect and conserve water to ensure a healthy future for our rivers, lakes, oceans and communities.
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Installing the Mural129 viewsQuinte Conservation staff check to make sure that all "dream fish" are securely attached to the fence and there are no sharp edges.
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Designing the Mural128 viewsQuinte Conservation staff carefully sort and place each "dream fish" on the mural, in order to create lasting community art.
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Back of Mural121 viewsEach fish is painted blue on the back, making for a beautiful "stream" mural on the back side of the fence.
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Art Workshop117 viewsThe students are given instruction on how to use the paints to create their "dream fish".
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Designing the Mural112 viewsQuinte Conservation staff carefully place each "dream fish" on the mural, in order to create lasting community art.
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