Gopher State One Call reminds you to leave any and all utility paint and/or flags in place and clearly visible for at least 16 calendar days after initial application. These flags and paint marks are vital to your safety and the safety of any construction workers excavating in their vicinity. Please do not remove or replace marking flags or wash away paint marks which indicate the presence of underground utilities. This can lead to damages to facilities which can create outages or even extremely dangerous situations. Thank you for your cooperation and contributing to a safer community.
Food, beer and wine available.
Music by the Groove Merchants
The Friends of Highland Arts, Highland District Council and St. Paul Department of Parks and Recreation are sponsoring a free outdoor concert on the lower patio behind the old Highland Park Pool House on Montreal Avenue and Edgcumbe Road. Music will be provided by Northern Exposure, featuring students from Cretin-Derham Hall; Claudia Stensrud and Friends; and a St. Paul jazz combo, featuring students from Highland Park, Central and Minnehaha Academy. There will be food and ice cream trucks. Please bring your own lawn chair or blanket.
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Ford & Kenneth Station
Celebrartion at Hillcrest Park
• Light refreshments
• Climbing wall
• Crafts in the Park
• Appearance by St. Paul Ward 3 Councilmember Chris Tolbert
• Community groups and local vendors
• Talk to a friendly transit expert about planning your trip on the new A Line or other transit route.
For information on other A Line Opening events go to:https://www.metrotransit.org/a-line-opening-day-celebrations
If you’re a community member who is interested in volunteering for this event, please contact Kathy Carruth.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY – JUNE 3rd and 4th, 2016
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
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Maps can be picked up after Tuesday, May 31st at the Highland Park Community Center desk.