The Richmond Public Art Program and the Richmond Arenas Community Association invite you to be their guest
at a celebration marking the completion of FANFARE, a community public artwork by artist Faith Moosang.
The artwork is presented on 24 concrete pillars inside the main arena and recognizes the history of the
Minoru Arenas and its significant contribution to supporting athletes, sport and culture in Minoru Park.
Opening remarks by the Richmond Arenas Community Association, Mayor Malcolm Brodie and the artist, Faith Moosang
will be followed by a reception with light refreshments.
Please RSVP by phone: 604-238-8469, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, September 24, 2018.
Welcome to the Richmond Arenas Community Association.
The Richmond Arenas Community Association (RACA) was constituted in 1991 and began to fulfill its role of “jointly operating” City of Richmond arena facilities on January 1, 1992. Formation of RACA was initiated by the City 1990-91 in an effort to bring to arena operations, the same commitment to community and stakeholder involvement as other city-supported recreation facilities. The model in place is very much the same as the historic arrangements at the City’s eight community centres.