Tuesday, June 20, 2006

mariachi, taiko and...park planning?

it seems LA's residents even need to be entertained when discussing urban planning. got this email about tomorrow's public meeting to plan the grand ave park:

Come help envision A NEW CIVIC PARK extending from the Music Center to
City Hall!!!!

PUBLIC MEETING AND WORKSHOP: Wednesday, June 21st, 5:30-7:30 pm

JOIN US AT THE COURT OF FLAGS: 210 N. Hill Street: At the mall between Hill & Broadway

Ride the Metro Red Line: Exit at Civic Center/Tom Bradley Station

PARK FREE at Music Center: Enter on Grand, tell the attendant you're here for the "Civic Park Workshop"

Take the survey online and help set the priorities for parkprogramming
and uses: www.grandavenuecommittee.org

Schedule of the Day:

11:30 to 5:30 See the display boards and vote for your favorite park uses.

12 noon Enjoy the sounds of a Mariachi trio

12:15 and 4:00 Take a walking tour with a design team member

5:00 Watch a Taiko Drum performance by Japanese Festival Sounds

5:30 to 7:30 Participate in the Public Meeting and Workshop

For all questions and to RSVP call 213.891.2964 or emailrsvp@grandavenuecommittee.org.
If you require translation services for the workshop, you must RSVP and indicate the services necessary at that time.

Can't make the workshop? Participate online!!

Watch a webcast of the workshop and post comments/questions at www.grandintervention.org.

In an effort to extend its public outreach, the Grand Avenue Committee and The Related Companies are endorsing event webcasting and online civic engagement efforts by the Norman Lear Center at the USC Annenburg School.

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