Post Script: The event described below is now past, but was very successful. The PBS Special itself can be viewed on YouTube.
PBS Senior Producer Dan Protess will host the Indianapolis premiere of the PBS Special, "10 Parks that Changed America" at Garfield Park Art Center, in Indianapolis.
The showing, Tuesday April 12 from 7-9 pm, is open to the public and free. Popcorn will be served!
Dan will introduce the special, and moderate a panel discussion regarding the importance of parks to Indianapolis and its region. Panelists are: Joe Wynns, Indianapolis Parks Board member and former Parks Department Director; Bob Bronson, Chief State and Community Outdoor Recreation Planning, Indiana Department of Natural Resources; and Meg Storrow, FASLA, landscape architect and principal of Storrow Kinsella Associates in Indianapolis.
This event is sponsored by the Indiana Chapter American Society of Landscape Architects and Indy Parks in celebration of the State of Indiana Bicentennial and 100th Anniversary of the National Park System.
Please join us! But if you can't, be sure to watch the PBS Special on WFYI.