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Art in the Park

The Parks Foundation Art in the Park Program is a community effort to connect our park system and public areas with visual arts.  Sculptures adorn neighborhood parks, community byways, and local businesses and remind our citizens young and old to enjoy their environs and stay young at heart.

 Three Monkey Bench Slow Poke
 
 Buddy Bo and Me
Pig Family
 "Three Monkey Bench--Hear, See, and Speak NO EVIL"
Miller Park entrance
Donated by the Melissa and Patrick Mullins family, the Bob Mullins family and Mike Mullins. 

"Slow Poke"
Miller Park by the pond
Donated by Guy and Cindy Fowler
Honoring their children, Jason and Brooke.

"Buddy, Bo & Me"
Miller Park
Given by Kay and Bob Harrell.

 
"Pig Family"
Oak Creek Park
Donated by Ginger and Alan Jones




There are two pieces on the walking trail in Lions Park that were donated by the Parks Foundation.

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Sisters Forever
Love and Trust
Art in the Park
 Lions Park "Sister's Forever"
Lions Junction Water Park
Donated by Melissa and pat Mullins, Sally and Tom Hartley
 "Love and Trust" located at the Scott Cabin commemorates the history and influence of Scott & White Hospital.
Whistlestop Park Pavilion Learning Trail 


 

Kid Pulling Her Wagon Junior Fireman
Ernie
Let's Go
 "Kid Pulling Wagon"
Whistlestop Playground
"Junior Fireman"
Central Fire Station
Donated by the family of Dr. Jack Weinblatt to honor his longtime ties and support of the Fire Department and is placed at the Central Fire Station.


 "Ernie"
Woodbridge Park
Donated by Dr. Paxton and Carolyn Howard

"Let's Go"
Pepper Creek Trail 

  

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 "War Chile"
Woodbridge Park
"Baseball Pitcher"
Lions Park, AJ Mercer Fields
"Prince Charming"
Lions Park, Amphitheater

 

A number of locations are perfect for a sculpture and waiting for donors. Colquitt Park, Wilson Park and athletic fields, Sammons Senior Center, Sammons Golf Course, Santa Fe Depot, Jackson Park, and West Temple Park athletic fields are just a few locations still needing art.  Statuary can be selected by the donor and can run from $500 - $5000 depending on size and intricacy.  Donations of any size accumulate and allow the Foundation to purchase additional pieces, at their discretion, as funds become available.  This project is a perfect way to honor or memorialize a parent, child, and/or grandparent.  It is also an excellent opportunity to give the City of Temple a gift in gratitude for the life, home, and community we celebrate here.

City of Temple
2 North Main Street
Temple, TX 76501
Phone: (254) 298-5561