On Wednesday, April 22, the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance’s GroundSwell initiative and the Philadelphia Parks Alliance are co-hosting the Arts & Parks Mayoral Forum at the Free Library of Philadelphia. The candidates for mayor will address the role parks and arts play in the City of Philadelphia and how our sectors enhance the economy, environment and the quality of life of our residents.
Before we hear from the candidates on April 22, Groundswell, the Philadelphia Parks Alliance, and Generocity.org want to give everyone the chance to give input on the impact of these quality-of-life issues. Join us on Twitter on April 15 from 1-2 p.m. for an #ArtsParksChat!
We want to know what you feel we need from the City and the next Mayor to ensure that Philadelphia continues to become a better place to live, work and play. The tweet chat will begin at 1 p.m. and you’ll see questions from @GroundSwell_PA, the Parks Alliance (@PHParksAlliance) and Generocity.org (@Generocity).
Let us know you’re joining by tweeting:
I’m excited to join @Generocity, @GroundSwell_PA and @PHParksAlliance for #ArtsParksChat on April 15 at 1! http://gnrcty.org/ArtsParks-30-
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