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Student mural to be unveiled at Ravine Waterpark 

Student works on mural.

A student works on the mural. Courtesy photo.

The Paso Robles Youth Arts Foundation (PRYAF), in partnership with the Ravine Waterpark, announced the unveiling of a 140-foot long aquatic-themed mural painted by PRYAF students. The Ravine Waterpark has experienced growth since it’s opening in 2007, and has recently expanded to add new attractions and to accommodate the growing number of families. As part of the expansion, they added a 140-foot dividing wall and invited PRYAF students to paint a mural.

Students work on the mural. Courtesy photo.

Students work on the mural. Courtesy photo.

The Ravine Waterpark just opened its doors for the 2015 summer season over Memorial weekend, and will be unveiling the mural painted by students on Friday, May 29 at 5:30 p.m. The event is open to the public, however the waterpark itself will be closed that day. “We are very fortunate to have an organization like the Ravine Waterpark in our community who support PRYAF, and who have given our kids this incredible opportunity to showcase their artistic talents to the public” says PRYAF Executive Director Mindy Sisemore.
For information about PRYAF, call (805) 238-5825 or visit For more information about the Ravine Waterpark, call (805) 237-8500 or visit

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