The meeting is scheduled to begin at
In a press release, Manoian wrote that the event would be designed to "celebrate the expression and experience of our city's human story through glorious visual art, sculpture, poetry, theatrical performance, architecture, and engaging panel discussions."
The festival would feature venues along
The festival would also offer walking tours around the area highlighting history and the downtown's architecture. Boating tours along the river could be part of the festival, as well.
A date and time for the festival has not been set.
Last spring, Manoian announced a summer-long program to get residents and visitors to think differently about the area, hopefully bringing more business in. The program involves sidewalk cafes, summer-long studio displays, walking tours, discussions and zoning philosophy changes.
So far, Manoian has hosted two discussions about urban planning, with more set for several Tuesday nights this summer.
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