At precisely 5:30 PM on Wednesday, December 6, Portland artist Pandora LaCasse will flip the switch to activate the latest of her brilliant seasonal light installations, bringing nighttime illumination to Lincoln Park‘s trees and paths for the first time ever! Learn more about the installation at Lights in Lincoln Park.
More about Pandora’s work, such at the Longfellow Square detail image seen here can be found at PandoraLaCasseDesign.com.
The light installation is yet another improvement intended to make Lincoln Park a vibrant city park once again. The 1870 Parisian fountain began flowing again this fall for the first time in more than 100 years—marking another milestone in the revitalization endeavor led by Friends of Lincoln Park and the City of Portland. Future plans include replication of the original fencing and benches. Learn about the park restoration.