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Local Artists Called to Apply for Public Art Project Along Augusta Canal

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The growth of Columbia County is a testament to its allure to outsiders. The Convention and Visitors Bureau wants to exhibit the community’s appeal in physical form with one of its upcoming projects: a new art display along the Augusta Canal.

The CCVB has recently issued a request to artists thr...

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2 COMMENTS

  1. My son was married there in August 2004, in the dance pavillian, with a reception in the screened porch off of the canal. I don’t think they were doing locks then. But a lovely place for a wedding held out of a church, may need to add a chapel to the area to attract more interest for weddings.

  2. Sorry, but I think the “love locks” are an eyesore. What started out as a cutesy thing is now anything but. I frequent the area often as part of my exercise routine and really like things overall, especially the misting apparatus after a hot run !! Columbia County needs to put out a notice that effective November 1st all “love locks” that are not removed by their owners will be disposed of.

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