Thank you FMSP members, West Chester Rotary Club, WCU students, and Univest for giving our park an energetic Earth Day morning in April. You spread about 40 yards of mulch, picked up sticks and raked, ate about 40 doughnuts and drank about 5 gallons of coffee and water! Marshall Square Park has never looked so […]
It’s official! Marshall Square Park has a Pennsylvania Champion Tree, a Blue Ash (Fraxinus, quadrangulata). Of this relatively rare species, our specimen is over 90 feet tall. The Blue Ash, mostly native to western Ohio, is so named because early pioneers extracted a blue dye from its inner bark. Champion trees are measured and scored […]
Save The Date! SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 2019 8AM to NOON Here’s why … Over the year, our park shows the wear and tear of the good people who use it, of those who just walk through it, and nature. As they walk by, some special people pick up trash and put it in the trash/recycle cans. Borough […]
Our 2016 Events Committee having fun at their 10th Annual Progressive Dinner FRIENDS OF MARSHALL SQUARE PARK Invites YOU to the13th Annual PROGRESSIVE DINNER • Saturday, February 2, 2019 • 6 to 10PM • Forget the ice and snow… Get out of the winter doldrums…Come party with your friends and neighbors! A great group of […]
Phoenixville chainsaw artist creates art in the park Bill Rettew firstname.lastname@example.org WEST CHESTER — Marshall Square Park is the new home to four owls, two squirrels, a fox, skunk, hummingbird, dragonfly, and new to the job, a wooden park caretaker. On Monday, artist Marty Long was putting the finishing touches on chainsaw art carved into […]
Weather looks great for our Fall Block Party! Saturday, September 29, 2018, 5 to 8PM See our website for Party details. The caterer needs time to satisfy our crowd 😟, so please reserve ASAP!
Swing by the North Franklin side of Marshall Square Park (near Biddle) to see an amazing transformation over the next few weeks. Noted tree carver, Marty Long, is transforming a large tree trunk into a fantastic sculpture. This project came our way after the borough hired a tree service to top and remove a large […]