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August 17, 2019, Saturday - Theater of Public Policy - History! at St. Anthony Falls Visitor Center

Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm (Doors open at 6:30pm; program begins at 7pm)

Location: St. Anthony Falls Visitor Center, 1 Portland Ave.

Theater of Public Policy - History!

Issues and stories of the Mississippi River come to life through engaging conversations and improvisation on three nights with the Theater of Public Policy. The Theater of Public Policy advances the understanding of complex ideas and issues by unpacking them through smart conversation and improvisational comedy.

On August 17, enjoy a program with expert guest John Anfinson, superintendent at Mississippi National River and Recreation Area. 

Note: Remaining tickets require attendees to bring their own chair for seating.

This series is hosted by the Mississippi Watershed Organization, Mississippi Park Connection, Mill City Museum, and the National Park Service at St. Anthony Falls Visitor Center. This series is made possible in part by the St. Anthony Falls Heritage Board with sponsorship in part by Pryes Brewing.