Maria Montessori Boardwalk Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

On Friday, December 18th, 2015, the Maria Montessori School officially opened their new boardwalk, The Wolf River Harbor Boardwalk, during their annual Winter Fest with a celebratory ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Located at 740 Harbor Bend Road, the Maria Montessori School is situated along Wolf River Harbor. ANF Architects worked with the school and in cooperation with the Harbor Town Community Association to create a 4' by 175' wood boardwalk along the existing nature trail and over a drainage way, behind the Maria Montessori School overlooking Wolf River Harbor.

The boardwalk is open to the public and is truly a gift to MMS students, Harbor Town residents, and visitors who can now enjoy stunning views of the Wolf River Harbor from a safe, dry vantage point.

Brian Martinelli, project manager and architect, designer with ANF Architects, designed the 175-foot decked boardwalk with a viewing platform that will serve as an ecology classroom and outdoor art display. Brian was honored at the ribbon cutting for the Maria Montessori School Boardwalk with a crown, made by students and a beautiful plaque.

This project is a perfect example of what can happen when a community comes together to achieve a common goal. ANF is proud to have played a role in bringing this dream to fruition. 

Read more about the Boardwalk.

Posted by Stacee Zebb at 10:18 AM
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