- Evelyn Blunt
BACK TO THE FUTURE! By: Phyllis Hackett, Resident
YOU can be a part of a New Design Plan for Indianapolis.....
The Riverside Regional Park Master Plan (commissioned by The City of Indianapolis Parks and Recreation Department (Indy Parks), has envisioned a Riverside Regional Promenade as one of the City’s premier amenities for Future open space, recreation, and culture.
This unique Historical pedestrian corridor that would run the length of Riverside Regional Park along Riverside Drive from 16th Street; to the south to 30th Street; to the north located on the near northwest side of Indianapolis.
The Plan has Begun.........Be a part NOW!
The Promenade will portray Stories about the Cultural Heritage of ALL Riverside Regional Park Neighborhoods. Surroundings which include: The Near Northwest Area, Indiana Ave, Ransom Place, Flanner House, KW30, Cold Springs, Municipal Gardens, Crown Hill, Haughville, Hawthorne, Stringtown, and We Care.
What is Cultural Heritage?
Cultural heritage is an expression of the ways of living developed by a community and passed on from generation to generation, including traditions, customs, practices, places, objects, artistic expressions and values. Cultural Heritage is often expressed as either Intangible (oral history) or Tangible Cultural Heritage (artifacts).
We NEED your HELP!!! History WAS YESTERDAY. TELL YOUR STORIES NOW.. We are Collecting cultural heritage stories to tell in the Regional Park.
DO JOIN IN NOW!!!
GO TO OUR WEBSITE AND TAKE THE SURVEY: www.riversidepromenade.org
VISIT OUR OPEN HOUSE September 10th, 12-6:30 pm At Riverside Family Center and leave comments about what it is you want to see...
By: Phyllis Hackett