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Doug Kelso

A few years ago, the Children's Museum was looking at getting a carousel. A few years before that, the World Forestry Center was talking about putting one in (I presume the wooden horses would fit its forestry & wood products theme). Neither idea happened, but that doesn't mean it couldn't.

The latest Oregon Zoo master plan contemplates adding a carousel to the zoo. That's an active plan.

If the Jantzen Beach carousel is up for grabs, any ONE of those Washington Park cultural institutions might make a good home for it. That would keep it in Portland and open to the public.

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