Clinton Park Co-Design Voting Results

During the month of May of 2019, the Frog Hollow team held a Co-Design voting event at Clinton Park. The people in the community sat down with the Co-Design Group and sketches were drawn during these discussions based on what people like to do outdoors. The voting was based on what activities that community members would like to see happening at Clinton Park in the near future as well as visits to the the newly renovated field house.

There are a lot of interests in pretty much every activity that was drawn out in each artwork. The drawings of each canvas feature suggestions such as ping pong, exercise machine, a band under a gazebo, people sharing food, a water park, recycled tires in the playground, Tai Chi, picnic, sitting in the shade, stargazing, seed exchange, barbecue, music and singing, entertainment, and much more.

 

See the snapshots below.

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If you have any suggestions or other activities you like or want to see happening at Clinton Park, please feel free to contact Lysandra at Frog Hollow. We would like to generate more ideas from neighbours and the community and implement them.

 

About Jennie Yuen

Jennie is a Fantasy Artist, Graphic Designer, Photographer, Blogger, Brand Ambassador and a Foodie. She is also a Stay-at-Home Mom and enjoys spending time with family as well as giving back to the community. You can find her through her main blog at http://jennieyuen.com
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