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Don’t miss out on our event for Tuesday where we’ll have a presentation on Sustainable Rosengård. Paul Byron Crane, a local landscape architect with the City of Everett, will lead the conversation on Rosengård, a neighborhood of Malmö, Sweden. The story of Rosengård is unique because a small group of disenfranchised refugee women managed to ignite a neighborhood effort to create better public spaces like playgrounds, community gardens, and an enhanced town center. Through their work, the community became deeply engaged on how to improve the quality of life in the neighborhood, develop more holistic projects, and establish a sustainable Eco District. For full details, see our original event notice.

Sustainable Rosengård
Tuesday, 18 November
6pm to 8.30pm
GGLO at the Harbor Steps
1301 1st Ave #301Seattle, WA 98101
Free

For other upcoming events around the city–like the Mayor’s Housing Affordability and Livability Meetings or SDOT’s Safe Roosevelt Open House–check out our calendar and let us know if we should add others.

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