I’ve been asked to share the info below. It sounds like an interesting, worthwhile event, and the meeting’s at the newly rebuilt, former train station on Central Street so you get a chance to see what the inside looks like!
You are invited to assist us in advancing the dialogue to create the next priorities for the Lowell Waterways Vitality Initiative, the partnership coalition created by Lowell Heritage Partnership cooperatively with the City of Lowell, Greater Lowell Community Foundation, Lowell National Historical Park and others.
Advancing our Shared Vision is an indoor and outdoor Lowell Walks-style tour about the history and potential of Lower Locks from community experts, including the architect that designed the lighting of the Bridge Street Bridge. This will be followed by facilitated discussion to gather your ideas and input on the Lower Locks, additional lighting opportunities, and recognizing other special places along Lowell’s waterways.
Saturday, November 10, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm, starting at the newly-renovated MCC Richard and Nancy Donahue Family Academic Arts Center (240 Central Street). Parking at Lower Locks garage. Learn more and RSVP at our Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/270453893655664/
Click the image below for a full size flyer.