Mural Contest

Enter to win a historically-inspired dinner for 8 hosted at the Littleton Community Center

As part of our annual fundraising campaign, we thought it would be fun to highlight a little-known part of the Center’s history by hosting a Mural Contest.

This year’s campaign goal is $10,000 to support the development of a restoration plan for the Carriage Barn Annex. Please click on the DONATE NOW button to help us achieve our goal!

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The Contest

This mural portraying summer boaters on what is thought to be Moore Dam Lake was painted by Claude Brusseau at a time when the Littleton Community Center was focusing on our community’s youth. We can’t say when that was because that is part of the contest!

Enter Contest

  • The winner will receive a historically-inspired evening and private dinner at the Community House for up to 8 people.
  • The winner will be selected, and the answers revealed during a live Facebook event on April 25th.

Contest Guidelines / Rules:

  • Only one entry per email address
  • In the case of a tie, a winner will be selected at random.
  • All entries must be received by 5:00 pm on April 24th.
  • The winner will be selected, and the answers revealed during a live Facebook event on April 25th.

About the Artist

Claude L Brusseau was born in Littleton in 1901. By the 1940’s he had started a promising career in Boston as a commercial artist. He returned to Littleton in 1944 during World War II. Claude applied his artistic talents to the tourist industry of the White Mountains, creating brochures, maps and event posters. He is best remembered for his Winter Carnival cartoons he drew for The Courier each year. Mascoma Bank is currently hosting a display of many of Claude’s painting in their Main St., Littleton branch. Check them out…. but you won’t find this one there.