So many families came out for our September meet-up, and it was still warm enough to enjoy the fountain. Thanks for coming!
Even though Summer vacation is over and school has started, we can still have fun! Let’s have one more meet-up at the park before it gets cold. Come have fun with other neighborhood families on Friday, September 22nd, at 5:30pm.
The Park will be closed for maintenance and upkeep starting on Friday, August 4th, 2017. Some of the work being done is painting/repairing the fence and pruning the trees. It is unclear how long the work will take, but we’ll post updates as we get them. Sorry for the inconvenience.
We had a lot of fun in May, lets do it again on Friday, 6/23/17. We hope to see you at the park, 5:30pm to dark.
We have a neighborhood meet-up planned for Friday (5/19) at the park. Come have some fun and meet your neighbors. See the latest newsletter for the details…
New Equipment was installed today by Playground Specialist Inc. The new equipment includes a short slide more appropriate for younger children, and a rock climbing feature that should be fun for all. As a part of the installation, new sections … Continue reading
Chipotle is generously hosting our Fall Fundraiser on Saturday, October 1st, between 5 and 9pm. Show this flyer (Chipotleflyer) to the cashier, so they know you are there to support the Children’s Park. Hope to see everyone there!
Help us raise money to help maintain and improve the park by joining us at Poets Modern Cocktails and Eats for our first fundraiser of 2016! Poets will be donating a percentage of all bar sales (food and drink) during the event to the park!
- Date: June 30, 2016
- Time: 6pm-9pm
- Location: Poets Modern Cocktails and Eats, 24 W. Franklin Street, Baltimore, Maryland
If you can’t make it but still want to help out, you can donate directly to the park here!
(Flyer design by Jeanine Schneider)
Join us for our June park meet-up this Friday, June 17, 2016! The meet-up will go from 5:30pm until the park closes. Come on by and meet and socialize with other children and families from the neighborhood!