Sen. Nick Frentz and community members present Legacy bills

ST. PAUL, MN– Sen. Nick Frentz (DFL-North Mankato) will present several bills that would provide funding for the Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota to improve access and install the “Mni Wiconi” water exhibit. Sen. Frentz will also present a bill that would provide funding for reconstruction of the Minnesota Square Park Pavillion.  The bills will be heard in the Senate Environment and Natural Resources Policy and Legacy Finance.

What:  Senate hearing on Legacy funding for Children’s Museum of Southern MN and MN Square Park Pavillion

Who:  Sen. Nick Frentz; Deb Johnson, Senior Director of Exhibits and Education, Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota and Sue Larsen, Community Impact Director, Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota, Todd Prafke, City Administrator, St. Peter

When:  Monday, March 20, 2017

Where: Minnesota State Capitol, Room G15

Please contact Kristy Graume for more information 651-296-6153.