Call of the Wild Mural Family Fun Day

Join forces and voices for wolves and all things wild!

Call of the Wild Flag event image 12Oct2019

Paint, draw and write on the Call of the Wild mural, face painting by Artistic Magic, puppet show presented by Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project, and musical entertainment by Thunder & Lightnin'.

October 12th in Heritage Square, downtown Flagstaff, Arizona, the event offers fall fun for everyone.

• Time: 12:00 to 6:00 pm
• Puppet Shows: 12:30 and 2:45 pm
• Face Painting: 12:00 to 3:00 pm
• Musical performances: 1:15 and 3:30 pm
• Giveaways all day ... CDs, t-shirts, hats and more.

The Call of the Wild mural is a traveling collaborative public art installation advocating for wolves, wildlife and the Endangered Species Act. It celebrates the power of the pack, the strength of our collective voices working to shift the paradigm from a position of us vs them to one of co-existence.

Renowned eco-political artist Lauren Strohacker created the silhouettes of the “wolves” which serve as the canvas for the mural. The goal is to bring the mural to cities throughout the U.S. culminating in Washington D.C. The mural grows as it travels into a meaningful, powerful expression of humanity’s need to reconnect to nature.

Hosted by Plan B to Save Wolves in partnership with Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project