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2020 News Releases

Parks Foundation announces $100,000 challenge grant from the Edward R. Bazinet Charitable Foundation, Feb 11
Next Generation of Parks: Dr. Marla Spivak speaks, February 27, at the Walker Art Center, Jan 8

2019 News Releases

Next Generation of Parks 2019-2020 Season Kicks Off in October, Sep 10
Minneapolis Parks Foundation, MPRB Commemorate Groundbreaking at Water Works, Aug 28
Minneapolis Parks Foundation Invites Minneapolis to “Book it to the Watershed” this Summer, Aug 8
New Design for Great Northern Greenway Overlook, Launch of Public Phase of RiverFirst Campaign, Jun 18
The Parks Prescription with Dr. Robert Zarr, Next Generation of Parks Events, Apr 4
Parks Foundation Announces Board of Directors, Feb 13
Paul Bauknight Joins the Minneapolis Parks Foundation, Feb 5
The High Line with Robert Hammond Coming March 2019, Next Generation of Parks Events, Feb 1

2018 News Releases

“The Nature Fix” Author Florence Williams Kicks Off Next Generation of Parks Event Series, Oct 4
RiverFirst: Park Board to Vote on Design Team Recommended for River Link, Oct 1
Join Us for Get Outdoors Day at Powderhorn Park, June 8, 2018, May 24

2017 News Releases

RiverFirst: Water Works agreement with The Sioux Chef, schematic design approved, Nov 30
RiverFirst: Hall’s Island Reconstruction Begins (MPRB), Oct 24
Parks Organizations Survey Park Board Candidates, Oct 17
RiverFirst: The Sioux Chef Named Restaurant Partner for Water Works, Sep 15
2017-2018 Next Generation of Parks Event Series, Sep 11
Water Works Archaeology Begins, Aug 10
RiverFirst: Park Board Adopts Evolved Water Works Concept, Jun 29
RiverFirst: Water Works Concept Evolution, May 2
RiverFirst: Water Works Community Meetings, Apr 11
Next Generation of Parks: Janet Lansbury, Mar 30
Parks Foundation Announces 2017 Board of Directors, Mar 3
Next Generation of Parks: Mark Johnson, Feb 13

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