As Heard on Morning Line: Fish Creek Festival and other Park opportunities!

Sep 7, 2017

Beth Nordlund visits KNBA
Credit Koahnic Broadcast Corporation

Our guest this morning on Our Community is Executive Director Beth Nordlund of the Anchorage Park Foundation.  Nordlund had a lot to share, with four events coming up as the fall comes on -

The Fish Creek Festival is a grassroots gathering in Spenard featuring Live Music, Food Trucks, art and artists as well as a duct tape and tarp parade, with a preliminary to the festival - the Fish Creek Cleanup.  The cleanup starts at 10am Saturday the 9th, and the Festival starts at 3pm.  

Additionally, Tonight, the Valley of the Moon Park Fix-It session is a volunteer opportunity for community members to help put the finishing touches on some improvements in that area.

One issue being addressed is drainage - and an innovative approach called a "rain garden"  - planting of indigenous shrubbery that help water be absorbed into the ground, will be a part of the Fix-It event, Tonight at 7:30pm at the Valley of the Moon Park, located at 610 West 17th Avenue.

The same technique will be applied to the Jewel Lake Park Fix-It, September 9th at 10:30.