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City of Rosenberg to Host Ribbon Cutting of the Perk Your Park Grant Project at Seabourne Creek Nature Park | July 26 at 10 a.m.

The public is invited to attend a grand opening celebration for the Perk Your Park addition to Seabourne Creek Nature Park, located at 3831 Highway 36 S. The event will take place on Wednesday, July 26 at 10 a.m.

This project was funded thanks to Niagara Bottling, through its charitable program, Niagara Cares, and in partnership with National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). Through Niagara Cares, Niagara Bottling and NRPA have perked 17 parks since 2015, often bringing in Niagara volunteers to build out the park and celebrate its completion. Each year, Niagara and NRPA seek to make park dreams come true by focusing on improving access to community spaces, nature and healthy living in under-resourced communities through the Perk Your Park program.

“At Niagara, we strongly believe in supporting the communities where we live and work,” said Ann Canela, director of corporate giving for Niagara. “Our Team Members were happy to help complete The Arboretum at Seabourne Creek in Rosenberg, TX. It's important for us to connect with our neighbors and create meaningful change for local young people to get outside to enjoy an educational and fun environment.”

The $75,000 in grant funding transformed six acres of open space into a home of native trees, new crushed granite pathways, a new green space, and picnic area with tables nestled under the tree canopies complimenting the existing character and charm of the nature park.

“Local park and recreation agencies serve a vital role in connecting communities to the outdoors, creating spaces that are educational, resilient, and transformative,” said Ayanna Williams, NRPA Director of Community and Environmental Resilience. “We are excited to see The City of Rosenberg’s Seabourne Creek Arboretum engage new community members for decades to come.” 

“I am very thankful that Rosenberg was selected for this generous grant through the National Recreation and Park Association and Niagara Bottling,” said City Manager John Maresh. “I have watched the progress as the Rosenberg Parks Department, the Texas Master Naturalists and the volunteers from Niagra came together to plant so many beautiful trees, and add new walking paths and picnic areas. I know our residents and the visitors to the park are looking forward to enjoying the new additions.”

For more information about the grand opening, please call 832-595-3301 or visit 

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