Doors to the Past

New Doors to the Past Application

Casa Grande Main Street is seeking new artwork from local artists in order to create “new” Doors to the Past. The Doors to the Past is a staple historic preservation project located in Historic Downtown Casa Grande on the north-east corner of 3rd Street and Florence Street. Completed in 2013, each of the nine (9) doors represents a piece of Casa Grande’s history as interpreted by a local artist. Due to ten (10) years of Arizona weather, these current Doors to the Past are cracking and falling apart. This program is designed to incorporate a wide variety of artists and new interpretations of Casa Grande’s history into the Historic Downtown Casa Grande district.
Casa Grande Main Street announced in early 2013 a new project to bring more public art to historic downtown.  At the time, it was only a pipe dream for arts and historic preservation advocate, Marge Jantz. Today, the completed project is a shining new example of the community spirit that made it a reality in our historic downtown. Click to see map and visit the Doors to the Past in person

Hover over each door to see finished door!

Horseshoe Motel by Patti Kramer

Sofia’s Mexican Cafe by Yvonne Johnson

Rebecca Dallis by Amanda Berglund

Quick Draw Tavern by Gloria Smith

La Siesta Motel by Linda Garrett & Betty Pate

John Wayne by Mark White

Branding Irons by Susan & John Rooney, Marge Jantz & Thom Poor

Reilly's Tavern by Van

About us

Casa Grande Mainstreet is dedicated to To supporting the vision of Historic Downtown by enhancing the economic vitality, promoting and marketing the District, fostering partnerships and acting as the lead advocate for Historic Downtown and its historic preservation.

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