Downtown Live: Crime Myths and Spring Opportunities with Eric Eskola April 16 History Theatre in St Paul

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For Downtown Saint Paul residents and stake-holders, what is ahead in 2018?

With Eric Eskola, Co-host of TPT/"Almanac"

This is a two part discussion:

1. Real Crime Stories! We will sit down with police officials and try to separate myth from reality related to downtown crime: What types of crimes occur where? Are things better or worse than three years ago? What are police doing to address problem areas?

2. Spring Opportunities All across downtown there are new opportunities for residents to get involved in making our neighborhood better, Come and hear more. Ask you questions.

YOUR QUESTIONS: We are accepting your questions now at [email protected]. There will be limited chance to submit written questions during the evening event.

Sit down with police officials

Spring Opportunities

Pedro Park

DATE / TIME:    Monday, April 16, 2018  /  6:00PM – 7:30PM

 HISTORY THEATRE… is housed in a 587–seat, thrust stage theatre designed by Ralph Rapson. No seat in the theatre is more than 40 feet away from the stage. History Theatre entertains, educates, and engages through creating, developing, and producing new and existing works that explore Minnesota's past and the diverse American experience. The "Mayoral Conversations" will take place on the set of “All the Way” a History Theatre regional premiere of the Tony Award Winning Broadway Play about the creation of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.


A message to Pioneer Endicott residents from Rebecca Noecker

The "Downtown Live" event / media series is a work of Lowertown Media Initiatives, LLC in association with CapitolRiver Council (CRC), Hygga Lowertown and Saint Paul's History Theatre. 

CONTACT:   [email protected]

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