Help Make Puma Park in Truro a Reality

Did you know, Truro is the only Cape town without a community playground?

Puma Park, the new Truro community playground will be built next to the new Truro Community Center on Library Lane in North Truro from October 22-26, 2008.

pumapark_175The playground was designed by the children of Truro.  Volunteers from the community will bring the childrens' vision to reality.  In the spring of 2007, the Friends of the Truro Playground, a non-profit organization, was formed with the intent of creating a safe place for the town's children, both residents and visitors to play.

The playground will be built using recycled plastic lumber and will meet all national safety standards.  Not only will Puma Park be a place for children to play, it will be a learning center, "incorporating local history, images and art into the design."

Don't miss the upcoming Kids Fair and Commemorative Tile Making Event on Sunday, June 8 from 11am to 3pm (rain or shine) at the Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill.  Tiles are $10 each with all proceeds benefiting the playground. There will be food and fun and your tile will become a permanent park of the park!

If you are interested in volunteering or donating tools, materials or money, check out the Puma Park website here or email here.

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