Do you live in Glen Echo and need something to do this weekend? How about helping us think about the future of Glen Echo? This  Saturday, we’re holding our second public planning meeting at the wonderful Wild Goose Creative. The plan is to discuss neighborhood issues related to our boundary corridors (Hudson Ave and Indianola Ave) as well as through traffic issues on 4th and Arcadia. Bring your experiences and ideas. In case you’ve never experienced a charrette – and unless you went to architecture or design school, there’s a good chance you haven’t – it’s a way to bring together people with diverse solutions to a problem together to start solving the problem. In this case the problem is loosely – traffic – or, what we can do to help me avoid getting myself  killed crossing Hudson to go to Rumba Cafe. In case you’re not a regular Hudson sidewalk pedestrian, I’ll post some photos of exactly what I’m talking about.

Charrette Details:
9:30 AM – 11:00 AM at Wild Goose Creative, 2491 Summit Street, Columbus.
Saturday, November 6, 2010