Join your fellow artists this Saturday, May 27th • 9 a.m. at Fitzgerald Park in Grand Ledge to paint the fantastic views along the Grand River. The park is well known for its 300-million-year-old, sandstone and quartzite rock ledges that rise 60 feet above the river and are used by recreational rock climbers.
On the east-side of the park, trails hug the river’s edge with high cliffs looming above. On the west-side of the park, near the dam, you can find a scenic pond and trails which lead to a beautiful rocky stream. It truly is an artist’s dream location!
There is $5 entrance fee per vehicle.
Critique at the parking area at 1:30 (always optional)