Don't worry if you missed Mayor Don Ness and other community officials cutting the ribbon at the ceremony that signified the official opening of the new park above the corner of the Lakewalk holding tank.  There is still time to get involved and maybe, be part of history.Nature isn't the only artist represented at the park.  There is also artistic representation of the four Duluth Sister Cities and structure designs, Minnesota native foliage, a new public restroom, benches and one of the most spectacular views of Lake Superior.

What it doesn't have is a name, and that's where you come in.   Mayor Ness is asking for for your suggestions.  Submit your ideas to the Parks and Recreation’s Facebook page at DuluthParksMN or visit the City of Duluth’s web site at www.duluthmn.gov.  The plan is to have an Advisory Committee review the submissions and choose the top three for City Council approval.

Get the whole family involved in naming the park.  Visit the park for inspiration (and family fun).  You have a little time, deadline for submitting a name for the park is Monday, October 8th.