Eddee Daniel, author of THE MILWAUKEE RIVER GREENWAY, in conversation with John Gurda - a hybrid Boswell event
Boswell presents an evening with Eddee Daniel, Project Director of Preserve Our Parks, and author of The Milwaukee River Greenway: A Wealth of Nature in the Heart of the City. For this event, Daniel will be in conversation with Milwaukee writer and historian John Gurda.
This event will be live at Boswell, but we'll also be broadcasting it virtually. This is registration for the virtual component. If you would like to register for the in-person event, please visit eddeedanielmke.eventbrite.com.
In the early twentieth century, Milwaukee established a remarkable and enviable park system, organized primarily along its waterways. One of the jewels of this emerald necklace has always been the upper river, or what is now officially called the Milwaukee River Greenway. The Greenway is an eight-mile, 878-acre section of the Milwaukee River that begins at the former North Avenue Dam and ends at Silver Spring Drive, cutting through the northeast side of the city and the suburbs of Shorewood and Glendale.
Eddee Daniel's book is both a history and celebration of The Milwaukee River Greenway.