Haworth Park Bellevue, Nebraska
Sr 370 & Payne Dr, Bellevue, NE 68005


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Welcome to the National Children's Lewis and Clark Interpretive Art Wall in Nebraska

National Children's Interpretive Art Wall in Celebration of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial - A Legacy of Art!

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The Children's Lewis & Clark Interpretive Art Wall is built on the peninsula just south of the boat ramp in Haworth Park.  The Art Wall is a project of the Sarpy County Nebraska Lewis and Clark Committee, organized by Nebraska Senator Paul Hartnett.  "The Children's Lewis and Clark Interpretive Art Wall is the result of an inspired concept: to involve children in this historic commemoration, and to literally make their contributions a part of history,"  Hartnett said. 

The artwork selected was from students in grades three through six in communities along the routes of the Lewis and Clark expedition.  Each piece of artwork was reproduced on weatherproof tiles for permanent display on a sculptural art wall.  Artwork is arranged geographically into seven regions, from Illinois to Oregon, interpreting the journey across the continent.