Carrington Rainbow Gardens project announced

The project includes an interpretive/community center and garden.

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This is the initial rendering of the planned Carrington Rainbow Gardens in Carrington, North Dakota. The board of directors for the project expects the plan to be updated, since the building size has increased slightly, says Dennis Swanson, board president.
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CARRINGTON, N.D. — The city of Carrington announced the beginning of a project called Carrington Rainbow Gardens, which will construct a new interpretive/community center that will be located on Main Street in Carrington.

In conjunction with the center will be a Japanese garden. The $1.3 million project will be available as a multi-use facility for community events, educational seminars, trade delegations for the region, and an interpretive center to celebrate the history of the former Rainbow Gardens that were once a popular tourist site and local attraction.

Incorporated under the state of North Dakota and registered as 501(3) non-profit, the project recently received a $300,000.00 grant through Strengthen ND. Additional funding will be sought as well.

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