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Special paint day for special needs At biggest community barn quilt mural

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3 p.m. May 5

MT. ULLA — The heart of The Biggest Community Barn Quilt Mural in NC will be painted by people of all ages with special needs.
The middle of the Barn Quilt will be a butterfly. Special needs participants of all ages and all abilities are invited to help create the heart of the Community Barn Quilt.
This is a free team building event for special needs individuals and their care team/family. RSVP to 704-278-2800 if you would like to attend.
All special painters will be given a scheduled paint time to help up expedite the project and coordinate volunteers. A small section will be taped off for each participant. There is no right or wrong way to paint here. It will all come together in the end. Even if your loved one is only able to leave one small mark they can still be proud and say that they are a part of the Biggest Community Barn Quilt in North Carolina.

Held at West Rowan Farm, Home & Garden. 11575 NC Hwy 801, 704-278-2800.

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