CITY PARK FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS NATURE PLAY COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE
City Park Friends & Neighbors is co-hosting a Zoom Community Open House event with the Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DMNS) and Denver Parks & Recreation (DPR) to discuss the creation of new natural play experiences in City Park.
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We look forward to connecting and answering your questions and receiving your ideas about this project. To learn more about the project prior to the Community Open House, please visit www.dmns.org/natureplay.
One of the main community desires DMNS staffers heard was for more experiences outside the doors of DMNS in City Park. “They told us that time spent in nature was rejuvenating and that their experiences in nature were often a bridge to exploring and understanding science,” Altreuter continues. This feedback coincided with the recommendations in the 2018 City Park Master Plan Update for natural play experiences in the areas near DMNS.
Based on all the robust feedback they collected for creating nature experiences right outside their doors, DMNS entered into a partnership with DPR in 2019 to pursue the Nearby Nature initiative.
Nearby Nature is the umbrella for several projects – not only the Nature Play and the DeBoer Waterway projects but other possible projects as well. These other projects include the “greening-up” of the Boettcher Plaza on the south side of DMNS and creating more access and permeability at DMNS’s west and south entrances.
Now DMNS and DPR are ready and eager for more community input about the current concepts that have been developed. The team is launching a massive new outreach effort with community meetings, mailings, and even offers of kits for interested community members to submit their own designs. DMNS and DPR want to receive as much feedback as possible about the current conceptual design of the Nearby Nature spaces.
Please join us on Tuesday, Feb. 2 from 6-7:30 pm for a Zoom Open House (see registration link above) to hear about the exciting new Nearby Nature projects. There will be a slideshow and there will be plenty of time for your questions and insights. We want to hear from you!!!
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