****BREAKING NEWS: POSTPONED ONE WEEK FOR RAIN****
****NEW DATE FOR SONJU CLEANUP****
Saturday ****JUNE 11**** 9:30-11:30 AM
Meet at Lakeview Park Pavilion, 1st St and 3rd Av, Two Harbors
ReVisioning Two Harbors will host the second annual Sonju Trail Spring Cleanup on Saturday, June 4 from 9:30 – 11:30 am. Gloves, trash bags, Refreshments and soft drinks provided. Wear appropriate clothing, including good footwear and long pants in case you go into the wooded portions along trail.
This year’s goal is to clean up not just the Lighthouse Point portions of the trail, but also the newer trail extension which includes the bike/walk path loop North into town. Volunteers are needed! High school students needed to post and distribute event flyers around town; Team Captains wanted to organize a team from your neighborhood, workplace, or faith community.
To volunteer, contact Julie Hukriede at email@example.com.
EVENT RAIN DATE: Sunday June 5, 1-3 PM Information updates on the cleanup will be posted on the Revisioning Two Harbors FB page, and on this website at ReVisioningTwoHarbors.com.
Come out and enjoy the trail with your friends and family on June 4.
Notes from March meeting
Re-Visioning Two Harbors’ March 24 community forum with speaker Erika Mock was fabulous! Mock spoke about her work organizing the Phantom Galleries project in Superior, WI. Accompanied by photos of gallery spaces and exhibits, she shared the successes, failures, and discoveries during her time with this successful partnership between artists, community, and businesses in Superior. Their “Phantom Gallery” exhibits included posting art in vacant storefronts to be visible by passing street traffic, and holding evening gallery exhibit times where patrons could stroll into these spaces to enjoy art and music. Many of the vacant sites hosting these Phantom Galleries in Superior were subsequently rented or sold.
Those present participated in a lively discussion with Erika after on ways the city of Superior WI has supported this venture; how Phantom Gallery Superior’s 5-year plan helped them maintain focus; what worked/didn’t work; and the energy/synergy that was generated as the community, business owners, artists, and the City worked together to create a program in Superior that helped them all. For those who missed the meeting, we made an audio recording, sharable upon request – email firstname.lastname@example.org for access to that. KTWH may also air a portion of Erika’s talk on the air.
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WHO ARE WE?
ReVisioning Two Harbors is a community forum to share your ideas and thoughts on improving the economic, social, and cultural status of the City through the arts and collaborative action.
This project of and by the citizens of Two Harbors is funded by a 2-year Community Innovation Grant from the Bush Foundation. Although this grant goes beyond the arts, it was secured and meetings are hosted by Arts on Superior.
A narrative history of our group meetings to date can be found on this website under “Articles.”