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30290-I-0128 City of Lakeland’s Monthly Newsletter April 2013 lemon street IN THIS ISSUE Smart Meter Installation Complete ART EXHIBIT D owntown Lakeland is now home to 10 new sculptures that are part of the 13th Annual Florida Outdoor Sculpture Competition. Lakeland and Winter Haven are each hosting 10 pieces of art. In Lakeland, the sculptures are displayed along Lemon Street and there will be a chance for art lovers to vote on their favorite outdoor sculpture for the coveted “People’s Choice” award during the May 3rd First Friday event that will take place in downtown Lakeland, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. L A K E L A N D' S The City of Lakeland Celebrates Public Works Week Meet Brenda Patterson: Fine Arts Librarian National Public Safety Telecommunications Week 228 S. Massachusetts Ave Lakeland, FL 33801 863.834.6000 Artist Roster Mike Baur | "Furrow" � Jeff Brewer | "Bunny" � Robert Cordisco | "Paradox" � PM Goulding | "Rock, Paper, Scissors" � Hanna Jubran | "Opposing Forces" � Cecelia Lueza | "Diversity II" � Chris Scala | "X-ray Camper" � Adam Walls | "The Ball & the Red Staircase" � Charles Wells | "Super Committee" � Ben Woitena | "Mandatory Dogs" The sculptures are selected by a committee of community members and Polk Museum of Art staff for the Florida Outdoor Sculpture Competition. The sculptures are displayed for a year in downtown Lakeland and Winter Haven. An independent judge selects the Best of Show, Second Place and Honorable Mention awards for the pieces of art. The winners along with the “People’s Choice” award will be announced at the May 3rd First Friday event.

April 2013 Access Lakeland

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