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The City of Coldwater and the Coldwater Chamber of Commerce will host a Rededication & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Four Corner's Park on Saturday, September 17th. The ceremony will begin at 10 A.M in the Northeast corner park adjacent to the former Putnam Funeral Home building. The Rededication & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony comes after a year of renovating Four Corners Park. The renovation began to provide an updated gathering area for citizens and is the first renovation that Four Corner's Park has had in fifty years. The updates to the park include a reimaged monument gallery, improved lighting, walkways, seating, new landscaping, and a cohesive design connecting all four corners. The gallery features nineteen monuments, such as the Cannon, Loomis Battery Plaques, and the Korean and Vietnam War Memorials.
A rough timeline of the Four Corner's Park Rededication & Ribbon Cutting event is below.
Four Corner's Park is located at the intersection of U.S. 12 (Chicago St.) and Old U.S. 27 (Marshall St.). The ceremony will be taking place during Apple Fest, so be sure to stop by and enjoy the downtown festivities after the event! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the City of Coldwater at (517) 279-9501. Thank you.