A. Knoblauch Heritage Park
Rueben A. Knoblauch Heritage Park is Sumner's newest park,
designed and constructed in 1995-96 at the corner of Main Street, Kincaid
Avenue and Cherry Avenue. Built primarily with materials and labor donated
by local individuals, families, and businesses, Heritage Park was initially
made possible by a generous contribution by the late Senator Knoblauch,
who served in the Washington State Legislature for 30 years before retiring
in 1977. The Senator's contribution made possible the purchase of the
land where the park was built, along with additional items for the park.
This half acre downtown park has become a focal point for many community
and family activities, including concerts, family gatherings, stage
performances, community festivals, and much more - even weddings!
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