In celebration of Arts Month, the Pikes Peak Outdoor Recreation Alliance, Fountain Creek Watershed Flood Control and Greenway District, and Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region have joined forces to orchestrate the Pikes Peak Litter Letter Project — a unique piece of temporary public art that is constructed with trash collected from our lands and waterways during Creek Week.
The installation of the art piece and a public dedication for the project will be held on location Friday, Oct. 2 at 4:30 p.m. at the project site just off Cimarron Street east of I-25 and south of America the Beautiful Park. Join the project partners for a distanced happy hour, refreshments and brief remarks.
SPECIAL OFFER: Get to the dedication in an eco-friendly way! Use the code LiTTER102 to get up to two free 60-minute rides on a PikeRide e-assist bike, good only on First Friday.
The letters, constructed by Concrete Couch, will remain on display throughout the month of October in celebration of Arts Month. The general public is also invited to support the project though a social media contest on Instagram, by using the hashtag #PikesPeakLitterLetters to show us how you support ecological resilience in your community.