Vail’s Art in Public Places program unveils ‘Hodgepodge,’ a Stickwork installment by Patrick Dougherty at Ford Park

Six-month-old Charlie Nicole of West Vail is held by mom, Diane, while they check out the unveiling of the Stickwork Art in Public Places through the Town of Vail on Friday, June 22, in at Ford Park in Vail. The structures took three weeks to create with nearly 200 work hours put into it.
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If you go ...

What: “Hodgepodge,” a new Stickwork installment by Patrick Dougherty.

When: The piece opened to the public Friday, June 22, and will remain in place for two years.

Where: Ford Park, near the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater and the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens.

Cost: Free.

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