Sat. November 26th 10 to 2
The Skyline Planning and Preservation Alliance will be selling the old signs at the Copper Top Church at 230 East Skyline Parkway. There are 4 different sizes and some directional arrow signs that will be available. The prices will vary by size and condition. From $200 dollars for the large ones to $30 for the arrow signs. We will be excepting checks and cash only no credit cards. Your donation will be tax deductable thanks to the Duluth Preservation Alliance.
This is a fundraiser for Skyline Parkway and for the Enger Tower project. We hope that you will support these worth while projects since they are both treasures of Duluth. Thanks, Hope to see you there!
Aug. 2, Tue., 6pm
New signs will be coming for Skyline Parkway this summer. The process to get the grant finished has happened and Visual Communications out of St. Paul was hired to design a new logo. A committee was formed to look at the new designs and they have selected a new logo. It incorporates the old logo along with some familiar icons of Duluth and the parkway.
Enger Tower lighting
SPPA will be joining in the celebration of the Enger Tower lighting with the city of Duluth. Since the new signs will be going up soon it would be a perfect way to show off the new signs. The celebration will happen on June 15th. The details are still being worked out. Please watch for details and plan on joining us for this joyous celebration!
SPPA has two new board members
We would like to welcome them as they bring us new energy and ideas. Beth Koralia and Mary Sage. Thanks for coming on board!
SPPA has a traveling Skyline History display. The display measures 33.5 x 79 inches.
The display rolls up into its base, making it easy to store and set up. If you can think of locations that might host the display for a week or a month or more, contact us. Locations should be indoors safe from rampaging children and other hazards. Short term use at events is also an option.
The acknowledgements on the display, bottom left, read:
This exhibit was created by the Skyline Planning & Preservation Alliance. Special thanks to Doug Overland for display funding. Photo credits: N.E. Minnesota Historical Center, Mark Ryan, Wendy Grethen, Terry Brown. For more information go to www.skylineppa.org and www.amitycreek.com.
Call Peggy at 728-6296 or contact us if you would like to have the display at your organization's meeting, event, or place of business.
MissionTo be actively involved in short-term and long-term planning for protecting and preserving the aesthetic, environmental, and historic character of Skyline Parkway.