Elm Park Spring



Turn back time, in the year 2000 I noticed that the only Worcester Scenes displayed in offices were antique photos. I love history, but I felt my hometown of WOOSTAH had come a long way. So, I commissioned Master Watercolor Artist, Bob Aiello, to produce a series of contemporary Worcester Scenes.

In March of 1854 Elm Park was one of the first public parks in all of the US. It was only a flat common and the original Elm trees died of Dutch Elm disease. The comprehensive design for the Park was not implemented until 1884. The wooden bridges were made very high so that ice skaters could glide underneath. I did not realize that 60 acres on Newton Hill was purchased for Elm Park in 1888.

In April of 1971 all the bridges, and the grounds, were completely refurbished. If you walk the outer sidewalk of Elm Park you will be walking 3/4 of a mile. In the Spring all the rhododendrons and other flowers are spectacular.

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