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Wabash Arts Camp Mural Tour

The Wabash Arts Camp has a self-guided or guided tour of the murals created by the children attending the camp scattered on buildings around town. Each July, area children attend the Wabash Arts Camp and create a variety of art ranging from theatre to historical scenes to memorable local residents from the past. These murals are created and hang throughout the community. Below is a list of the murals and their locations in Shenandoah:


2009 - Lloyd Inc. animal and human pharmaceutical company mural - 604 W. Thomas Avenue.

2005 - Elementary School Playground Mural - Shenandoah Elementary School, 601 Dr. Creighton Circle.

2004 - Pioneer Radio Broadcasters & Nurseryman - Henry Fields & Earl May - 800 W. Sheridan Avenue.

2003 - Scenes of Manti located on the west side of the Shenandoah Historical Museum - 800 W. Sheridan Avenue.

2002 - Early Scenes of Shenandoah located on the west side of the Shenandoah Historical Museum - 800 W. Sheridan Avenue.

2001 - Stage & Theatre Mural located on the south side of the Southwest Iowa Theatre - Sportmans Park Road Wabash Trace Nature Trail Map Mural located on the Utility building in Sportmans Park by trail.

2000 - Famous Works of Art Murals located at Get Framed - 911 W. Sheridan Avenue.

1999 & 2000 - Day in the Park Mural located on the east side of Elm Heights - 1203 S. Elm Street.

1998 - Six Themes of Shenandoah Mural located on the west side of the Rabel Building - Blossom & Lowell Street.

1997 - Welcome to Sportsman's Park Mural located on the old Bath House at the Pool - Sportsmans Park Road.

1995 - Tall Corn Coop, Jay's Fountain, Leacox Dome & Henry Field Building Mural located on the west side of the Dollar General Store - 719 W. Sheridan Avenue.

1994 - Train & Depot Mural located on the west side of the Dollar General Store - 719 W. Sheridan Avenue.


Please take a few moments to visit these sites to see the talent of the children who attend the Wabash Arts Camp each year. Guided tours can be arranged by contacting Phyllis Goldberg at 712-246-2516. Please contact Kelly Carey at 712-246-3453 for more information of the Wabash Arts Camp.