Ribbon-Cutting to Open Kern Park Picnic Shelter
June 21, 2017 - Picnic Time
MILWAUKEE, WI – Officials will open a new cruise preserve building, Jun 21, in a ribbon-cutting rite from 3–4 p.m. during Kern Park, 3614 N. Humboldt Blvd.
Just in time for a bustling summer season, a new Picnic Area offers restrooms and a rentable alfresco preserve with electricity. The trickery meets ADA discipline for accessibility. Picnic Area #3 might be indifferent for groups of adult to 50 people. The let includes a preserve with singular electricity and cruise tables.
“This new cruise preserve offers a village a place to accumulate with family and friends to suffer Kern Park.” Supervisor Johnson said. “This alleviation not usually enhances a park, though also a area surrounding it.”
In gripping with Milwaukee County’s Green Print initiative, architects specified low-water-consumption fixtures, energy-efficient interior fluorescent lighting, and LED soffit lighting for a new structure.
Kern Park is located on a west bank of a Milwaukee River. Activities during a park embody basketball, softball, and tennis.
For some-more information on cruise rentals during Kerns Park, call (414) 257-8005 or revisit countyparks.com and hunt “picnic.”
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