The last tunnel story for a while . . .
It’s official: Rail Trail and Mascoma River Greenway are joined.
Downtown Lebanon NH, July 15: Seconds before the tunnel officially opened on Thursday . . .
. . . and seconds after, courtesy of the Lebanon Raiders waiting inside the tunnel and, on cue, bursting through the scrim.
Six artists’ proposals for the interior space were on display inside the tunnel, from which the City of Lebanon will choose two. Artist Sarah Oak’s “Bats” (below) is one of the contenders.
Kim Wenger Hall of Wenger Hall Interior Arts’s “Striking Ascutney and Croydon Mountain Graphic” (below) is another.
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