Anyone walking around Charlottetown might notice something unusual around some of the city's most distinctive and historic trees.
Rooted in Art is a collaboration between local artists and the city's environment and sustainability department and features five temporary art installations at the sites.
It takes place until Oct. 17. It includes a 2.5-kilometre self-guided tour, with each installation accompanied by an interpretive panel with information about the tree, as well as the artist.
The stops on the self-guided Rooted in Art tour include a red oak in Rochford Square, a linden in Victoria Park, an American elm at the corner of Grafton and Rochford streets, a weeping birch on Prince Street, and a Norway maple, white ash and American elm in Connaught Square.
To view the map or learn more about Rooted in Art, visit: www.charlottetown.ca/roots.
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