Category: parks

Heaven Week: Dull Days, Bright Colors

By , October 23, 2014 7:54 am

A reminder when the wind is gusting and rain is going sideways that not everything in sight has to be drab Continue reading 'Heaven Week: Dull Days, Bright Colors'»

Heaven Week: On Their Minds

By , October 22, 2014 7:30 am

What people are saying on the village green Continue reading 'Heaven Week: On Their Minds'»

Beautiful Blight Project Unveils Murals

By , October 21, 2014 10:48 am

Painting by Olof Aspelin, an artist from Stafford Springs // Photo by Kerri Provost

When the Beautiful Blight Project was conceived its goal had been to install painted plywood over missing windows in a neglected building while tidying up the yard. Team leaders had been working with the City of Hartford to make this happen, but the first choice of a structure on Garden Street was said to have entered the sale process, so that was nixed. Continue reading 'Beautiful Blight Project Unveils Murals'»

Heaven Week: Getting into the Spirit of Halloween

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Beautiful Blight Project in Keney Park

By , October 20, 2014 9:14 am

The original plan was to beautify a property at the corner of Liberty and Garden, but the Mutual Housing Leadership Academy participants have opted to spruce up Keney Park instead.

Anyone who wants to join in today should meet up near the Westbourne and Ridgefield entrance to the park. Continue reading 'Beautiful Blight Project in Keney Park'»

Heaven Week: Noted

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Redefining Clean Water

By , October 16, 2014 9:48 am

South Branch of Park River

The water of Gully Brook, along with that of the North and South Branches of the Park River is not potable, not fishable says Mary Rickel Pelletier of Park Watershed, Inc. Continue reading 'Redefining Clean Water'»

Halloween and Day of the Dead Events

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By , October 15, 2014 6:40 pm

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The Little Park That Could

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In an area of Downtown, beyond the parking garages and towers, is a park that sits atop the I-84 tunnel. Two of its three segments — east of Main Street and west of Trumbull Street — are nothing more than vegetation and rarely used benches. The central piece, known as Heaven, has evolved from hosting underutilized four square and basketball courts, to attracting skateboarders, graffiti artists, and others. It has been featured in skateboarding videos and magazines.

Night Fall Entertains Children with Puppets and Dance

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By , October 12, 2014 3:15 pm

Some towns have apple festivals. Continue reading 'Night Fall Entertains Children with Puppets and Dance'»

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