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Jun152019

June 15, 2019, Saturday - Global Water Dance on the Stone Arch Bridge 

Time:  3 – 4 pm

Location: Stone Arch Bridge, Mill Ruins Park, 102 Portland Avenue S

Global Water Dance Performance

On June 15, 2019, communities around the world will “dance for safe water everywhere.” Global Water Dances (GWD) performances at each site will highlight a local water issue and take place near a related body of water. Choreographers, dance groups, organizations, water activists and members of the community will gather to take action, to solve their immediate water problems. This worldwide event, linked throughout the day via broadcast and social media, will challenge countless observers, locally and online, to deepen their understanding about the importance of water in communities the world over.

Join a local Twin Cities event on the banks of our beloved Mississippi River in the Mill Ruins Park beneath the Stone Arch Bridge.