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    The ultimate throwback: a 1920’s amusement park rehabbed into an arts and culture park; the kiddie rides are now adult playhouses. The bumper car pavilion and the Spanish Ballroom host multiple types of dance per week. Keep in mind the Bumper Car Pavilion floor is rough timbers that will tear up dance shoes, wear cowboy boots if ya got ’em. And the lovely, hug Spanish Ballroom with the most beautiful wood floor was a political victim during rehab – it has no heat or AC except in the bathrooms and the smaller “back room” used by blues dance addicts Thursday nights. So the big Saturday night swing dances with live music can get uncomfortable summer and winter.

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    Amazing place! Bring the family, and don’t miss the pottery classes

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    Spent plenty of time there as a kid when it was an amusement park.Then, it was a wonderful place.Now, ho hum.

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    We have been dancing here at night but this was our first trip during a holiday weekend. It was wonderful and it is so nice to have a park with artists and crafts people so close to the city, and if you are with kids and heading into the district, a stop here will give them a chance to really stretch and run, not to mention ride the antique carousel. If you are in the area and have never been to the park then you owe yourselves a visit, when my sister’s kids come to town one of the first things they ask is if we can take a carousel ride. This park is perfect for families and there is tons of free parking at the bottom of the hill.

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    There is dancing of some kind almost every evening in 3 separate dance spaces, with classes on weekdays and large public dances Fri-Sun. The Fri 8:30 pm contradance is an especially easy way to start, with live music, a caller, and hundreds of friendly dancers (beginner lesson @ 7:30). Also, lots of arts & crafts people have studios and galleries there. And it’s a good place for kids parties and picnics. On summer weekends, ride the beautiful old carousel.