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City will dedicate Kokopelli's new home
A dedication for Kokopelli, the bronze statue which has been relocated from its street position on 100 West and Main Street to the corner by the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum, will take place Thursday at noon. A flute player from the popular group Los Hermanos De Los Andes will play a flute series and USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum archaeologist Tim Riley will discuss the importance of the flute through history. He will explain that flutes were not just a musical instrument to many cultures, they were a religious tool. There will be a ribbon cutting conducted by the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce and other dignitaries will speak as well. That evening Los Hermanos De Los Andes will be featured at 7 p.m. at the weekly Culture Connection in the Peace Garden.
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