Reclaiming a drainage basin isn’t all hard work. It can also be a day at the park.
The Fargo Project, a partnership between the City of Fargo, area artists, Riverkeepers, and Plains Art Museum, with funding from the NEA’s Our Town program, will mark new steps of their ongoing public art/community restoration effort at Rabanus Park with events tonight and tomorrow.
Tonight, the project’s participating artists will be on hand to answer questions during a block party, hosted by the Fargo Park District, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Attendees will be able to assist in crafting simple hand-made vessels for the project, and a seed swap will also take place.
Tomorrow, a discussion will be held from at the Museum from 6 to 7:30 p.m. to go over unfolding plans to reclaim the Rabanus Park green space as an aesthetically intentioned site.
Find details on both events over at ourfargoproject.com.
If you can’t make it over to any of these events, don’t fret: you can take a gander at the interactive display currently showing at the Museum, or you can add your input over at The Fargo Project Facebook page.