Saturday, August 1, 2020

Downtown Park Is A Good Place To Be During These Times

To our surprise this Friday at 7:30 PM, walking around town, we found the Downtown Park very vibrant: with small families, couples eating on small tables, singles reading books, a young women exercising to her computer; few dogs. The additional chairs and tables were a good idea, adding lots of color and social space. The activity may or may not have something to do with "the COVID affect." Certainly, the weather was outstanding.

Living on Education Hill it's rare for us to see or visit the park.

One of the things I've been harping on is our need for a Visitor Center. Someone reading my blog thought the Downtown Park cement space would be a good location. Another friend said 4-5,000 are  moving into Redmond every year.  There appears a need.

What do you think?

-- Bob Yoder

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