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Storyland Re-Opened After Make-over

Storyland, a local 60-year old Rotary park has re-opened after a long break. They usually close for the winter and re-open in the spring. This year, the park stayed closed and was unsure if it would re-open at all. The park, while a local treasure, has not had enough resources to keep it open or well maintained. This last March, the board started a campaign to save the park, asking for public support.

The community response has been both successful and inspiring. Over the past several months, the park has been getting a much needed restoration. All of the renovations have been possible through approximately $500,000 in donations and over 1,100 people volunteering their time.

Storyland’s sister park, Playland is under rennovation as well and is scheduled to re-open this Spring.


Photos from the Storyland facebook page



About Jenni Solla

Jenni and her family have lived in Fresno since 2010. Jenni believes that Fresno is not only a great place to live, but has also seen it grow and improve over the years she's lived here. Together with her husband Nathan, she is a founding partner at WorldLight Media LLC, a creative web design and marketing firm that has been in business for over 13 years and is headquartered in Fresno. Nathan and Jenni have two children, Their oldest is 14 and has been diagnosed with Autism. Their youngest is 12 years old. Things Jenni loves about Fresno: The sunshine, traffic (or lack there of), the small town feel combined with the big city conveniences, the local food, and her church.