This three part series explores the foundation the parks system played in shaping Kansas City; current assessment and national trends; and how partnerships and private entities can bolster the parks aging infrastructure. Co-presented by Roanoke Park Conservancy and Penn Valley Park Conservancy in partnership with Kansas City Public Library and Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners of Kansas City, MO.
April 30: How history has played out to the current momentorNow and the Next Hundred Years: An Assessment of Kansas City’s Park and Future Trends
Leon Younger, President of Pros Consulting, Indianapolis, IN
May 28: Tapping the Potential – Creating Great Cities through Great ParksorIt Takes A City: Partnership’s Role in Supporting Parks
Susan Rademacher, Hon. ASLA, Parks Curator, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, Pittsburgh, PA
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Several organizations in Midtown will have space available in their lots for parking for a fee. Please bring cash! Some of those locations are: The Whole Person, Citizens of the World School, Uptown Arts Bar, Uptown Shops, Harris-Kearney House, MCC, etc.
Please note: Broadway from Linwood to 43rdStreet will be CLOSED at approx. 8:00 am until the parade is over.