Fireworks Salute to Healthcare Heroes
Presented by Scott K. Ginsburg and Family
Tomorrow at 10:30 PM | Only on CBS 11
With our traditional Independence Day event canceled due to COVID-19, we decided to bring the celebration to you and honor some special people at the same time.

Fireworks were recorded at the Park last weekend, in front of a crowd of 100 guests, in accordance with city and state mandates. Though healthcare workers and their families were originally invited to attend, that plan was adjusted in consultation with area hospitals.

Klyde Warren Park remains committed to following recommended safety protocols and is pleased to have created a 4th of July experience for everyone to enjoy safely from home. Happy Birthday, America, from Klyde Warren Park! And THANK YOU to our healthcare heroes!
Klyde Warren Park Updates
Savor in Klyde Warren Park and Relish will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays until further notice.

There will be NO FIREWORKS or fitness classes in Klyde Warren Park on Saturday, July 4. Fitness classes will resume on Saturday, July 11.
It’s Park and Recreation Month! 
It’s our time to shine! July is National Park and Recreation Month – it’s like a birthday, an anniversary and senior prom all at once for those of us at Klyde Warren Park! Stay tuned for information and fun park facts this month.

For example, did you know that the world’s first theme park was Santa Claus Land, opening in 1946 in Santa Claus, Indiana?
A Day in the Arts Highlight:
Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
The Fight for Civil Rights in the South
Through January 14, 2021
The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum has gone virtual with speaker series and special exhibitions! For example, check out The Fight for Civil Rights in the South without ever leaving your home. Explore two prestigious photography exhibitions covering the African American struggle for civil rights and social equality in the 1960s—accessible for all through Matterport.   
KWP Staff Member Highlight
MEET AISHA LUSK,
Associate Director of Community Engagement
 
It’s hard starting a job in the midst of a pandemic and on the front end of a social justice movement. But Aisha’s experience planning and leading community engagement events at United Way prepared her perfectly. She jumped right in to develop a volunteer engagement program and enhance the Park’s diversity and inclusion efforts. Her two boys are also pumped about their mom being in the know at their favorite Park.    
Friends of Klyde Warren Park members sustain our grass, gardens and play areas, artistic performances, music, and everything else that makes this nationally admired public space so vibrant—and  free  for everyone. Thank you so much for your support, and we will see you in the Park!
The Park Needs Your Support More Than Ever
Klyde Warren Park's mission is to provide free programming and educational opportunities for the enrichment of visitors' lives, to showcase the multitude of cultures and talents Dallas has to offer, and to be a town square where citizens may congregate and create traditions together.

The 5.2-acre park relies on contributions from donors to support maintenance, special programming and educational activities for more than one million visitors each year. Please consider making a gift to help us pay for expanded cleaning protocols.  Thank you!
Click here to select Klyde Warren Park as your charitable organization of choice. The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to us! Thank you!
PREMIER SPONSORS
Be sure to follow Klyde Warren Park on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook and tag us in your photos using #klydewarrenpark.
Our mission is to provide free programming and educational opportunities for the enrichment of visitors’ lives, to showcase the multitude of cultures and talents Dallas has to offer, and to be a town square where citizens may congregate and create traditions.

Klyde Warren Park is funded and operated by the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization.