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by Brad Aubin
Tribune


Driving by the Cache Bay municipal building, it’s impossible not to spot the brand new mural that has gone up on the south end of the building. The mural was erected last Thursday, November 8, adding a big splash of colour and interest to the Cache St. landscape. The project, spearheaded by Cache Bay librarian Deborah Bidal, saw the artwork created by Field resident Howie Longfellow, the same artist who designed the welcome billboards for the various West Nipissing communities last year. 

The art focuses on Cache Bay landmarks and lifestyle. It also features a series of seemingly random books on a shelf, but upon closer look it’s easy to see that a lot of thought went into the chosen volumes.

“There are lots of books that relate closely to Cache Bay, West Nipissing and Canada. From Wayne Lebelle’s history books, to bird migrations, First Nation history, cranberries and many others,” notes Longfellow.


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Cache Bay librarian Deborah Bidal and artist Howie Longfellow unvail the new mural at the Cache Bay Library.