There's been a change of scenery on Easton's Fourth Street this week.
On Monday, a group of artists put up a mural on the side of the Lafayette Bar depicting musicians and their instruments. A fitting choice, given the bar's frequent jazz nights.
On Thursday, Easton's Main Street Initiative gathered a few dozen people along Fourth Street to dedicate the mural, which is part of the city's Gateway Improvement Project.
"What better way to tell people when they drive into the city 'This is what Easton's all about,'" said the Main Street Iniative's Kim Kmetz.
She said the building's owners greeted the project "with open arms."
The mural was painted by four artists -- Kim Hogan, Donna Thatcher, Jenny Leggett and Janet Hodick -- from Easton's Freehand Mural Group. It was funded by Easton's Rotary Club, and dedicated to the memory of Ted Pierce, a long-time member of the club.