Luddington Memorial Park Reopening Celebration

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Please join us in celebrating the completion of the Theodore S. Luddington Memorial Park Revitalization Project! Since 2021, and with the generous support of Community Preservation Act funds, the Turner Free Library has been committed to revitalizing this space to create a welcoming and vibrant area for everyone to enjoy. As part of this project, the Luddington Memorial Park was developed to include an ADA accessible walkway to increase pedestrian safety, the addition of outdoor wireless access points providing free WiFi from the Library to enhance connectivity for park visitors, a mural created by students at the May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, and the installation of new park furniture and fencing to provide a safe and comfortable environment for relaxation and recreation.

Originally dedicated in 1961 in honor of Theodore S. Luddington (1900-1961), a Randolph resident and selectman who served on numerous town committees, we hope this revitalized park stands as a tribute to his legacy of community service.

Please join us on Saturday, July 13th at 12pm as we celebrate the Luddington Memorial Park’s reopening and as we thank the many community members and organizations that made this project possible