Riverfront Recapture and the Joe Marfuggi Riverwalk Public Art Committee have opened a Request for Qualifications to identify artists interested in developing site-specific permanent artwork to be installed along the Joe Marfuggi Riverwalk.
The Taste of the Caribbean + Jerk Festival brought a festive Caribbean atmosphere to the riverfront during a free, day-long, family-friendly festival with authentic Caribbean cuisine, cool island beverages, spectacular costumes and dance, and island rhythms.
Joe Marfuggi’s lasting legacy of uniting the region and the riverfront continues to endure. We are so pleased to announce the plans to honor Joe all along the Joe Marfuggi Riverwalk, not just in its name but also through public art installations and visual storytelling.
Members of Hartford’s Girl Scouts Troop 10036 and Boy Scouts Troop 2 worked together to raise the flag in Charter Oak Landing.
Riverfront Recapture has been awarded a 1.2 million dollar grant from the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development’s Brownfield Remediation Program.
Laurie Bastarache, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of the Korean War, raised the flag on our newly installed flagpole in Great River Park.
John B. Larson applauded the announcement that Riverfront Recapture will be receiving a $500,000 grant to clean up several contiguous riverfront land parcels located on Leibert Road in the City of Hartford and Meadow Road in the Town of Windsor.
EPA Selects Four Connecticut Entities to Receive $1.6 Million for Brownfields Cleanup and Assessment
EPA Brownfields Funding Helps Local Communities Build Back Better and Address Environmental Justice Concerns
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