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Vote for your favorite sculpture

An artist whose work is on the Park Rapids Sculpture Trail will receive a People's Choice Award this year.

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The Park Rapids Arts and Culture Advisory Commission invites the public to vote for their favorite artwork in the city’s Sculpture Trail.

“We are excited to announce we will give a People’s Choice Award for the first time,” said commission chair Laura Grisamore.

The sculptor whose work wins the popular vote will receive the award. On the ballot are the 14 sculptures on this year’s Park Rapids Sculpture Trail, stretching from Red Bridge Park into the downtown area.

Ballots are available at the Park Rapids Area Library and the Chamber of Commerce visitor center. Ballots will also be included in the event guide for Art Leap 2022, which will become available in mid-August at the library, visitor center and other locations.

Cast your vote by the end of the day Monday, Oct. 3. If you provide contact information, your name will be entered in a prize drawing.

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