It’s like 1889 in Marshall Square Park!

OUR FOUNTAIN!
RESTORED and INSTALLED!

See VIDEO below

2015_1206FountainAssembled

The original Marshall Square Park fountain from 1889. Found in 2012, and restored to its original site on December 16, 2015, where Victorians walked and truly appreciated the fountain’s contribution to their community. (See “Big News…” under The FOUNTAIN tab.)

Heritage Metalworks of Downingtown arrived with trucks, a van carrying fountain pieces, and three excited men, dedicated to the fountain they restored—in the park they knew as children.

Watch the VIDEO then GO SEE IT IN PERSON!

To finish the fountain project, we need funding. Nonetheless, we plan to welcome Spring 2016 with a working fountain and new drifts of 2,000 daffodils donated by Ben & Pete Rotteveel of DutchGrown LLC, 1-800-277-0215.

Friends of Marshall Square Park has the support of our exceptional Borough community, with all monies coming from residents and without using taxes.

You can make your family a permanent part of this project. Just email contact@marshallsqurepark.org and ask about fountain donation opportunities. Or, visit marshallsquarepark.org.

Heritage Metalworks of Downingtown’s
Team who restored and installed our fountain.

Heritage Metalworks of Downingtown

Ben Woods, Matt White, and Mike Stitley — The fountain restoration team from Heritage Metalworks of Downingtown. These guys have a lot of pride in their work, and it shows throughout the artifact — an historic fountain they feel honored to restore.

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One Response to It’s like 1889 in Marshall Square Park!

  1. Margaret L Bailey says:

    Beautiful! Congratulations! Your significant efforts have culminated in a glorious opus.

    Marge

    Sent from Surface

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