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July 17, 2013

Dedication of renovated ‘Mural Mall’ set for Thursday evening in downtown Three Rivers!

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Written by: Bruce Snook
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Thursday evening (July 18) is the time to celebrate the recently-renovated ‘Mural Mall’ in downtown Three Rivers!

‘Meet Me at the Mall’ is the invitation that’s been extended for the celebration from 5 to 7 p.m.

Mural Mall as seen from near Railroad Drive entrance (Click on photo to enlarge)

A ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony is slated to start at 5:45 p.m. at the intersection of Portage Avenue and North Main Street.

Parking is available off Railroad Drive.

Attendees are invited to celebrate the Mural Mall dedication and then take time to explore Historic Downtown Three Rivers.  According to the Three Rivers Commercial-News, the following businesses will remain open late “for your shopping convenience:”

  • Love Your Mother
  • PinUp Salon
  • Grow Depot
  • Centsible Treasures
  • Vintiques
  • Riviera Theatre
  • Lowry’s Books & More
  • World Fare.

To download a flyer regarding the dedication, click on the following link:  MEET ME AT THE MALL.


  1. annyomous

    You can pour honey on a turd all you want.. but it’s still a turd. Well done TR. What’s the next money waster? Clean water? Sewage in the river?

  2. Barb Stutesman

    The previous person seems to be unable to spell (I suspect s/he was trying to spell “anonymous”) and seems to lack all of the information that was clearly provided, particularly regarding the funding for this project.

  3. chris

    The Mural Mall represents lots of hard work accomplished by many individuals and is a reflection of our beautiful and vibrant downtown. It’s a blessing that we have such wonderfully dedicated persons who are determined to make Three Rivers a great place to live.

  4. Ernie

    S/he is probably from Sturgis…not a pretty story….

  5. Angie Birdsall

    I can’t wait to go see it, and I can’t imagine why anyone would want to degrade such a beautiful project. Good job, Three Rivers…!!!!

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