Slight Chance Rain Showers
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Slight Chance Rain Showers

Sep 28

Congress Ave

8th St to 11th St

9th Street

100 W 9th St to 110 E 9th St

10th Street

100 W 10th St to 100 E 10th St

Sep 29

Riverside Drive

Lee Barton Drive to S. 1st Street

S. 1st Street

Riverside Drive to Cesar Chavez Street

Cesar Chavez Street

S. 1st Street to Congress Avenue



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Imagine Austin Speaker Series
May 17, 2016




Imagine Austin
Urban Planning
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Why Parks Matter and
 How Cities Can Benefit.
Urban parks promote community engagement, improve health outcomes, drive economic development, and contribute to more resilient, safe, and sustainable communities. 
Imagine Austin presents an evening with urban planner/designer and park expert Gia Biagi. Currently serving as Senior Director for Urbanism + Civic Impact at Studio Gang, an architecture and urban design collective located in Chicago and New York, Gia is widely regarded as a thought leader in the preservation, enhancement, and expansion of urban public space. She will share insights on why parks matter as a strategic priority and how to leverage parks to meet the needs of the city as a whole. 
Event details:
Wednesday, May 25
Registration 6:30pm, Program 7:30 - 8:30pm
Carver Museum and Cultural Center
Event is free and open to the public.