Thursday, January 27, 2011

Wow, This is amazing!

I love Playscapes, I'm not sure where else I would have stumbled upon this rock climbing wall at a daycare center in Finland. As a avid rock climber (years and a few pounds ago), cartographer, and huge fan of functional arts and crafts, this combines all three and just blows me away. It makes me want to vist Vuokatti Finland - it's probably a cool place to host something like this.

Friday, January 21, 2011

Rockin the Skatepark Feb 26 General Store Cafe

The local skatepark advocacy crew is throwing a fundraiser to promote their vision of a high quality Skate Park in Pittsboro.  Come on down to the General Store Cafe Saturday February 26 at 7:30 PM to support the cause or to hear some great music. There will be raffles, giveaways and a bunch of bands. All proceeds go to the skatepark fund.  Ten bucks gets you in the door.  

For more info on the skatepark plan visit:

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Violin Concertos at the Community House

The Community House will once again host a free concert organized by the The Pittsboro Bach Society.  The Pittsboro Parks Blog welcomes any association with highbrow cultural events (however tenuous the connection to parks).  Sounds like a great concert and admission is free.  

Concertos for 1, 2 and 4 violins 
by Antonio Vivaldi

Featuring special guest soloist Brian Reagan, concertmaster of the NC Symphony, 
with additional soloists Carol Feuer, Mara Shea and Lin-ti Wang

Sunday February 13, 2011 at 3:00PM
The Community House address is: 65 Thompson Street, Pittsboro NC

for more info visit:

Friday, January 14, 2011

Wise Musings of a London 3rd Grader

The Place To Be When You’re Lonely 

Parks are delightful places 
They have the sweet smells 
Of laughter, joy, and happiness 
The grass as green as anything 
Trees as big as mountains 
Oh, this place to be when you’re lonely, 
You get happy in a flash. 

-by Noa Mirsch 
London Elementary School, 3rd  Grade

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Snow Photos for the New Year

I haven't posted lately with the holidays and such; well also, I've been too busy drafting a comprehensive parks master plan for the Town, shepherding Southern Park toward the construction phase, and preparing a hefty grant application.  At any rate, here are some winter pictures from Mary Hayes Barber Holmes Park to herald the new year.  I got out a day or two too late to capture the majesty of the snow laden trees; but if anyone has snow photos of Pittsboro's parks or downtown, please send them my way. 

Gazebo detail
Snow on the climbing sculptures - click photo for a larger version
Spiral shadow from stair railing
Gazebo detail 
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...