Northland Pattern Wall is Dedicated

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The Northland Pattern Wall: City of Past and Future Craft is a 40ft x 17ft three-dimensional wall ‘mural’ that has been installed within the public lobby of the Northland Workforce Training Center. The design of the wall incorporates components crafted by SACRA students with wooden pattern molds salvaged from the former Niagara Machine and Tool Works (the site of the wall’s installation). Read about the project and Mayor Byron Brown’s dedication ceremony here.