First Street Green “Holiday Wrap-Up” this Saturday

Posted on: December 6th, 2011 at 10:19 am by

First Street Green, the community group that assumed the not-so-small task of planning the future of the rat den alleyway park (formerly home to the BMW/Guggenheim Lab), has been very busy. (Full disclosure: this reporter is a participant in FSG)

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Mapping out the next steps for their vision of a local arts and culture park, their first post-Guggenheim event is a “Holiday Wrap-Up” this Saturday, Dec 10, from 2pm – 5pm.

Plans include showcasing ideas formed from various brainstorming sessions over the summer, along with a chalk game on the new paved park grounds where people can write down their favorite ideas for the future of the park.

The event is open to everybody, and the rain date will be the next day, Sunday, December 11.

For more information on First Street Green and this event, check out the website and Facebook page.

Written by Lori Greenberg

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