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The Center for Biological Diversity are unveiling a jaguar mural on Thursday, May 19, 6 p.m. at 119 E. Toole Ave. Created by local artist Kati Astraeir, this public artwork is part of the Center's Endangered Species Mural Project, a national series that celebrates biodiversity and highlights endangered species of local concern. Other murals in the project include the monarch butterfly in Minneapolis and the gray whale in Los Angeles. There will be an outdoor beer gardens across the street just for this occasion, as well as live music. For more info, go to the Facebook event page.

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