Painting & Pancakes: A Mural Design Discussion

Imagine a vibrant mural that tells the unique story of our Whittier neighborhood, painted by the very hands that call this place home. We are thrilled to invite you to Painting & Pancakes: A Mural Design Discussion, an event where Whittier stakeholders can come together to share ideas, enjoy delicious food, and contribute to the creation of a stunning piece of public art, that will be located on the north side of Wesley United Methodist Church

Date: Saturday, June 1st
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: Wesley United Methodist Church (1700 E 6th St), Next to Meldrum Park

Delicious Breakfast: Enjoy pancakes, coffee, and sweets with your neighbors.

Family-Friendly: Bring the whole family! Kids are encouraged to join the discussion and share their ideas for what is painted.

Meet the Facilitators: Local artist Zach DeBoer will lead the discussion and help guide our mural design.

Community Collaboration: This mural will be painted by Whittier neighbors and stakeholders during the Rock the Block party happening June 22nd, made possible by Habitat for Humanity.

Contribute to Our Community: Help create a beautiful mural that reflects our neighborhood’s spirit.

Meet Your Neighbors: Make new friends and strengthen community bonds.

Express Your Creativity: Everyone’s ideas are welcome, and no artistic experience is needed.

Join us at 10:00 AM on June 1st for a morning of creativity, conversation, and community spirit. Let’s transform the north wall of Wesley United Methodist Church into a beautiful work of art that celebrates Whittier.

For more information, please contact Jordan Deffenbaugh at

We look forward to seeing you there!–

Jordan J Deffenbaugh
Community Liason

Community Revitalization Collective

By l3wis

2 thoughts on “Have Pancakes and Help Design a Community Mural this Saturday!”
  1. this sounds like a new business. like those wine and painting places, but with pancakes.

  2. What about pancakes, painting, and axe throwing? That might be a good business idea.

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