Join us in the effort to build an accessible space in which to inspire peace.
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You never know what you might see or hear at Peace Park. An impromptu visit by 29:11 from South Africa brought goosebumps to those who happened to be nearby as they sang a song in praise of Nelson Mandela.
Early November 2022, the hardscaping along N. 3rd Street was completed. Unfortunately, our original style of paver brick has been discontinued. Fortunately, there is a similar style that we will be using in the new section of the path for Phase 2 and the color palette is the same as the original pavers.
There are still spaces available in the original path.
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WE HAVE MANY DIFFERENT WAYS FOR YOU TO VOLUNTEER.
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES: Weeding and watering the gardens. Meet & greet table for events at the Park. Meet & greet table at Farmers Market. Walk with us in Sheboygan's July 4th parade. Spring & Fall Beach Clean-ups
INDOOR ACTIVITIES: Rock painting (we can provide supplies) Folding paper cranes (we can provide instruction and supplies) Attending meetings - Board meetings, Event planning meetings, Fundraising meetings etc.
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Like many nonprofits, Friends of Peace Park Sheboygan was hit by the pandemic. Thanks to members and friends, we weathered 2020 and 2021 and are looking forward to writing some grants and applying for donations from foundations and corporations.
As always, we appreciate all donations large and small. If you would like to make a donation, please click on the DONATE HERE button below.
THE BIG PICTURE OF THE PARK AFTER THE COMPLETION OF PHASE ONE.
THERE IS SPACE FOR YOUR PAVER BLOCK .
PHASE TWO -
THE PATH HAS BEEN EXTENDED SOUTH ALONG 3RD STREET AND INCLUDES A PATIO WITH A SEAT WALL FACING LAKE MICHIGAN.
This image shows a view of the Park from the south looking north toward Michigan Ave. We received grants from the Sheboygan County Stewardship Committee, the Green Bay Packers Foundation and the 1st Congregational Church to help cover come of the costs of this project.
We are still seeking funds to purchase two permanent benches to install next to the seat wall and to cover costs of the plantings for this project. Please consider making a donation to help cover some of the costs.
The northeast corner of the Park is now the home of the Sister Cities Peace Gardens. Three gardens, one each in honor of Esslingen, Germany, Tsubame, Japan and Sheboygan
The gardens include plants that are either grown in those cities or are representative of them. Plants in the Esslingen garden include daisies, brunnera and Edelweiss while plants in the Tsubame garden include hosta, hakonechloa, irises and a Japanese red maple tree.