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A trip In your own inickyanl: visiting
downtown Groonsboto .
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Park, located m aromatic flowers, color
GrS^ro beautitol. Gorgeous grassy latros, a pawlmn
^^.4 oFal sculDtures make this park unique. You can sit a
fStTnlhe scenery under shadediUed pergolas
benches and enjoy the lighted, layered foimteins.
concerts, fitness classes, cookouts and weddings take p
toa% Ute to walk down Elm Street to (Center
Citv P«k) and silt and talk," said senior Justin
BlMkLll. "It's peaceful and refreshing to get away from th
chaos of life and party-minded classmates.
(Left) A fountain inside Center City Park
Uvides a serene view within a busy city. (Below)
The park, decorated for the holidays, hosts many
events, such as film screenings, live concerts, and
nfher activities to bring the community together.