That’s the question that will be discussed at the St. Anthony Park Community Foundation’s December gathering, State of the Park.
St. Anthony Park residents are invited to attend an evening of getting to know the people and the groups that make things happen in the neighborhood on Thursday, Dec. 5, at St. Anthony Park Elementary School. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
A discussion about the future of the community will be moderated by Met Council member and St. Anthony Park resident Jon Commers at 7 p.m. and will include Andrew Collins, assistant superintendent of St. Paul Public Schools; Dan Marshall, owner of Peapods; Mary Beck, chair of St. Anthony Park Area Seniors; Tanya Bell, an expert in redevelopment and urban planning; and Catherine Day, chair of District 12’s Creative Enterprise Zone Action Team.
Nonprofit groups from the neighborhood will have information tables set up with representatives to share what they do in District 12.