EcoArts Fest Directions & Parking

Saturday May 14, 2016 from 10am-3pm
Harriet Island Grounds and Pavilion, Saint Paul
EcoArts Fest Celebrates Creativity, Culture, and Conservation
With activities by Arbor Month, Wishes for the Sky, and many more.
About EcoArts Fest Full Fest Schedule

May 14, 2016
Directions to Harriet Island & Road Closures:
Both Kellogg Boulevard and the Wabasha Bridge will be closed that day, so buses and carpools should follow these directions:

From the West: Take I-94 eastbound to 5th street exit. Follow 5th street. Take a right onto Robert Street. Turn west (right) onto Plato Blvd.

From the East: Take I-94 westbound to 6th street exit. Follow 6th street. Take a left onto Robert Street. Turn west (right) onto Plato Blvd.

From the North: Take 35E southbound to the Hwy 13 exit. Go east on Hwy 13, take a quick right onto Lilydale Road. Follow Lilydale Road to the stop sign on Plato Blvd. Proceed straight into Harriet Island Regional Park.

From the South: Take 35E northbound to the Hwy13 exit. Go east on Hwy 13, take a quick right onto Lilydale Road. Follow Lilydale Road to the stop sign at Plato Blvd. Proceed straight into Harriet Island Regional Park.

Make sure to check for closures on interstate highway you will be taking to get to the event.

 

Parking for Individuals or Carpools
There are parking lots around Harriet Island for a fee on Plato Blvd and on Wabasha Street

Nasseff
140 & 134 South Wabasha

Harris Building
115 South Wabasha

Insight
115 West Plato



With Generous support from the City of Saint Paul

This activity is funded, in part, by appropriations from the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the State’s general fund, and its arts and cultural heritage fund that was created by a vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008 through appropriations to the Minnesota State Arts Board and Metropolitan Regional Arts Council. Additional funders include COMPAS and Travelers Arts and Diversity Fund.

Thank you to all of our collaborators who have made this event an exciting and dynamic experience for youth.

Handicap Accessible

ASL interpreter available upon request


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