Welcome to week three of our Designer’s Challenge . . . Heritage style! If this is your first stop here, you can scroll down through the previous posts for all the juicy details.
This week we are focusing on community. The rollerskating rink was one of THE places to hang out when I was growing up. I would spend entirely too much time agonizing over what to wear to a skate day. Usually I ended up wearing the outfit with the most neon colors I could find! What I loved more than the skating itself, was the time to meet up with my friends and catch up on each others lives—this was a pre-email and texting era!
This week I documented the impact my great-grandfather had in his community. He was the designer and builder of the Community Hall that hosted community dances for years to come. The 1937 building is still standing today, but I couldn't find a picture of it in my files or online. So, I did the next best thing. I snagged a satellite photo of where it stands today.
If you can't find a particular photo of a location you wish to document, check out this great satellite view website!
Stop by the store to pick up your item that you will be challenged to use along with a list of questions to get you started. Remember to bring in your layout from last week to receive your point. We can't wait to see what you've come up with!