An artist from the United States is coming to Muskoka to send a powerful message to kids about violence. It’s called the Peace Crane Project and it’s being featured at ChautauquaFest, which is on from until August 23rd. Artist, Sue DiCicco shares her story.

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DiCicco started the project in response to the Sandy Hook tragedy in 2012. She says that whether we’re talking about violence in Canada or the United States, all children should know they don’t have to resort to violence.

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DiCicco will be at the Clevelands House in Minett on Friday, August 22nd to to host a workshop from 1:30pm until 4:30pm. The event is free and is open to the public.

(Photo Submitted By: Sue DiCicco)