Dublin's past will come alive on Heritage Day with demonstrations and re-enactments, but art will also capture the past.

Dublin's past will come alive on Heritage Day with demonstrations and re-enactments, but art will also capture the past.

At noon on Oct. 2 during Heritage Day, the work of local artist Bev Goldie will be revealed.

"Bev Goldie is presenting the bicentennial mural to city council as part of the opening ceremony," Dublin Historical Society member Tom Holton said. "It's a special mural that traces Dublin's path through time Then we'll have the time capsule burial, bag pipers and the cornet band will play."

Goldie's mural, which is moveable, is titled "A Parade Through Time: 1810-2010" and will be hung in the Dublin Municipal Building. The mural was funded by the Dublin Women's Philanthropic Club, of which Goldie is a member, and a bicentennial grant from Dublin.

The mural begins with Chief Leatherlips and ends with the recent addition to Historic Dublin, BriHi Square.

"I did a lot of research and worked closely with the Dublin Historical Society," Goldie said in a news release from the Dublin Women's Philanthropic Club. "And you'll find I've paid tribute to recognizable landmarks like the Dublin Community Church, the Black Horse Tavern, the Brazenhead Irish Pub, Biddie's Coach House, the Dublin Tavern and Ha'penny Bridge Imports of Ireland, as well as lesser known entities like the circus wagon that traveled through town in the 19th century and the water pump that stood in the center of Historic Dublin for more than 70 years."

Heritage Day runs from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Coffman Homestead, 5300 Emerald Parkway.