Mill Creek is excited to bring Pianos on Main back for the summer! Enjoy three unique pianos throughout Mill Creek Town Center now through September 5th. Visitors are invited to make and enjoy music with custom designed pianos donated by Mill Creek residents and transformed by local artists.

Locations:

Town & Country Markets

Piano donated & painted by Kiwanis of Mill Creek.

Old Pier 1 Building

Piano donated by local resident Jeanne Smart and painted by Linda Martin of Top drawer Artwork.

Main Street Bridge

Piano painted by students at Jackson High School.

Huge thanks to Town & Country Market Mill Creek, Panos Properties, and the Public Works team at the City of Mill Creek for helping to make this happen! We’d love to see your photos & videos #pianosonmainMC

Photos by Scott Harder.

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