Mississippi River Learning Center Community Celebration
October 6 @ 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
The City of Saint Paul and Great River Passage Conservancy, in partnership with Mississippi Park Connection, the National Park Service and Your Boat Club, are working with the W Architecture team to create a vision for the future Mississippi River Learning Center – a mixed-use, river-focused space where people will experience the land, water and culture of the Mississippi River.
This innovative community resource at Crosby Farm Regional Park will include a National Park Service headquarters, serving as a national gateway to the Mississippi River with year-round learning and outdoor recreation experiences both on and along Saint Paul’s riverfront.
Following months of extensive community engagement, a final schematic design concept will be presented at an in-person celebration on Thursday, Oct. 6, from 4-6:30 p.m. at the Watergate Marina in Saint Paul!
Attendees will learn more about the final schematic design and next steps. They will also have the chance to experience the project site firsthand and ask questions of the design team through walking and boat tours of the area. Light refreshments will be provided.
Learn more and register here.