Monday, August 23, 2010

Imagining a schvingy downtown and re-opterated Central Fire Station: the SRAC Fire Fest on Wed, Aug 25, 5 - 7:30 pm, at Central Fire Station

Join me, Robert Trudeau, downtown on Wed evening, please. I'll be at the Re-imagination Station at the Firehouse, aka the Central Fire Station.

Community activists like me - anyone who cares about the city - will congregate there on Wed, Aug 25, between 5 and 7:30 pm.

A write-on board clad with butcher paper is where I will solicit and help record your dreams for the downtown area and for the Firehouse.

It is part of the Shreveport Regional Arts Council's event called the Fire Fest. The event announces SRAC's new home at the Central Fire Station.

The entire city is invited to join in the celebration. There will be free hot dogs, drinks, snow cones and rides on a fire truck from 5:00 - 7:30 pm, says Julia Foley.

The Central Fire Station is located at the corner of Common & Crockett Streets in Downtown Shreveport. Parking - with a shuttle - is available in the parking lot adjacent to the Municipal Auditorium behind the First United Methodist Church.

More info: SRAC, 318.673.6500.

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