Keystone Heights Plans Visioning Workshop for its Pavilion
The City of Keystone Height’s Heritage Commission will hold a public visioning workshop on Thursday April 6, at 6:30 PM, at the Beach Pavilion. The purposes of the workshop are to gather ideas as to the future uses of the Pavilion, and to share memories of the public as to past uses. Architect Don Morgan, a member of the Commission, will display drawings of the pavilion he has prepared which show a possible renovation of the 1924 landmark, including rebuilding the original band shell. After the workshop the Commission will make recommendations as to the possible renovation of, and uses for, the pavilion to the City Council. The workshop is open to all who are interested in the pavilion, residents and non-residents of the City of Keystone Heights alike.
Attendees are encouraged to bring old photographs of the pavilion they may have. The commission will scan and return them.