Special to TamaquaArea.com
Special to TamaquaArea.com

Pictured are volunteers rigging up the lights in preparation for tomorrow’s (Tuesday, August 4, 2015) ‘Dear Tamaqua’ event titled: “Beyond Coal: the angst, the pride – a one-mile multimedia walking experience through the streets of Tamaqua”. Lights were placed outside the Tamaqua Train Station, American Legion parking lot, St Jerome Parking Lot and other locations.
Volunteers were Larry McCullion & Kyle Whitley of L&S Electric, and others.

Rolling Start Times: Every 5 minutes between 7:30 – 8:30 PM.
Starting Point: Tamaqua Train Station (Vonz Restaurant)
Grand Finale: Fireworks approx. 9:30pm on Dutch Hill and East End mountains. (Seen best from train station).
Admission: FREE.

(Rain Date is August 5th, same time & place).

Inspired by over 500 letters from current and former residents, the Tamaqua Community Arts Center partners with local businesses, churches, and community groups to transform one mile of the borough’s streets. Along the route, audiences will experience local sights, sounds, and tastes, and explore the love/hate relationship Tamaqua has with itself. Join us for this immersive multimedia walking experience that will leave you seeing Tamaqua in a new light!

For more information, including FAQs, go to www.DearTamaqua.com.

Also, don’t forget to stop by the Salvation Army’s Kidz Karnival, 2 PM to 9 PM in the parking lot across from the Train Station (near Depot Square Park).

Click HERE to view this event on Facebook.

Fast Forwarded Video of Dear Tamaqua event path through Tamaqua:

All Photos Special to TamaquaArea.com:
Rigging Up The Lights, for Dear Tamaqua, 8-2-2015 (1) Rigging Up The Lights, for Dear Tamaqua, 8-2-2015 (2)
Dear Tamaqua website screenshot

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