Brick Madness! announcement; Bricks Installed in Sept-Oct-Nov; and a unique volunteer opportunity for a budding videographer…

BRICK MADNESS RETURNS!

Brick Madness 2019: $10 off engraved bricks Nov 1 to Dec 31 2019

CLICK THE IMAGE to visit our Pave The Park page – pay online or by check, download an engraving form, and get all the facts about the brick program at Lakes Park.

 

Pave The Park – Bricks Installed during September, October, and November 2019

We’d like to thank you for your patience during construction at the park. Installation of bricks near the Train Museum was delayed until construction was completed.  Below, you will find the bricks that were installed in September, October, and November in all three brick locations at the park (Children’s Garden, Rose Garden, and Train Museum).

 

Bricks dedicated in the Children's Garden by Barbara Bellino - thank you!

Bricks dedicated in the Children’s Garden by Barbara Bellino – thank you!

 

Brick donated in the Childrens Garden by Ursula McPherson - thank you!

Brick donated in the Children’s Garden by Ursula McPherson – thank you!

 

Bricks dedicated in the Rose Garden by Anne Hosford, Cory Bethany Nordman - thank you!

Bricks dedicated in the Rose Garden by Anne Hosford, Cory & Bethany Nordman – thank you!

 

Bricks dedicated in the Rose Garden by Robin Baum and Karen Jarboe - thank you!

Bricks dedicated in the Rose Garden by Robin Baum and Karen Jarboe – thank you!

 

Brick dedicated at the Train Museum by Michael Piper - thank you!

Brick dedicated at the Train Museum by Michael Piper – thank you!

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY! The “Where’s My Brick?” Project

Do you know a budding videographer who needs volunteer / service learning hours? 

Graphic of engraved bricks with the caption, "Wheres My Brick?"

Graphic of engraved bricks with the caption, “Where’s My Brick?”

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY – GREAT FOR A STUDENT TEAM!

We need volunteers to make a video inventory of the engraved bricks installed around the Train Museum at Lakes Park. During the recent train station renovations, all bricks were removed to keep them safe. They were reinstalled, but not in their original slots. YOUR MISSION should you choose to accept it: make a video by taking a slow walk and capturing every engraved brick in the area of the train station. Periodically show landmarks for where you are standing. This video will be published on all Lakes Park Enrichment Foundation web and social channels to help park patrons answer the question, “Where’s my brick?”. CONTACT Erin White – Info@LakesPark.org

CLICK HERE to find previous posts about bricks…