A biker whizzes by the Alluvial Decoder Floodplain educational mural that is the name of significant storms spelled out using nautical flags
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Wednesday
June 2022
4p.m.–6p.m.

Alluvial Decoder Opening Event

Add to Calendar 2022-06-01 16:00:00 2022-06-01 18:00:00 Alluvial Decoder Opening Event As hurricane season begins, join us on Wednesday, June 1 from 4 to 6 p.m. for the formal opening of Alluvial Decoder — an immersive, educational installation on the Raleigh Greenway at Crabtree Creek. Check on the progress of wildflowers planted last fall, learn about stormwater operations and floodplain stewardship, and imagine the heights of storms like Fran and Floyd as well as sudden unnamed flooding events that regularly occur along Crabtree Creek. Alluvial Decoder is located on the greenway near the intersection of Crabtree Valley Ave. and Blue Ridge Rd. Please feel free to bike or walk to (and through!) the installation. Parking is limited. Learn more about the Alluvial Decoder installation   City of Raleigh Jenn Hales Public Art Coordinator jenn.hales@raleighnc.gov 919-996-4689 America/New_York public

As hurricane season begins, join us on Wednesday, June 1 from 4 to 6 p.m. for the formal opening of Alluvial Decoder — an immersive, educational installation on the Raleigh Greenway at Crabtree Creek. Check on the progress of wildflowers planted last fall, learn about stormwater operations and floodplain stewardship, and imagine the heights of storms like Fran and Floyd as well as sudden unnamed flooding events that regularly occur along Crabtree Creek.

Alluvial Decoder is located on the greenway near the intersection of Crabtree Valley Ave. and Blue Ridge Rd. Please feel free to bike or walk to (and through!) the installation. Parking is limited.

Learn more about the Alluvial Decoder installation
 

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Jenn Hales
Public Art Coordinator
jenn.hales@raleighnc.gov
919-996-4689

Event Type:
Community and Workshops

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