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Joplin will dedicate Route 66 Mural Park on Thursday March 15, 2014

Posted by Ron Warnick in Art, Attractions, Vehicles.
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The Joplin, Mo., Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon-cutting to dedicate the Route 66 Mural Park at 6:05 p.m. Thursday, according to a news release from the chamber.

The park near at Seventh and Main — where two alignments of Route 66 intersect — features one-half of a 1964 Corvette embedded in a wall as a photo op.

The mural includes two Route 66-themed murals — “Cruisin’ into Joplin” and “The American Ribbon” — created by Joplin-based Images in Tile that were dedicated in August as part of the opening of the Route 66 International Festival.

(Image of Route 66 Mural Park courtesy of the Route 66 Chamber of Commerce)

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