Kellogg Park takes a small step with groundbreaking

City dignitaries from the City Council and Recreation & Parks and other employees and well-wishers  dig Kellogg Park.

On March 12 Kellogg Park held a groundbreaking ceremony that included a Chumash Blessing for the land, music from local middle school DeAnza Academy of Technology and the Arts, Mariachi Los Halcones, brightly colored Aztec Dancers and martial arts and boxing demonstrations.

The event presented by the Westside Community Council, and sponsored by SoCalGas included a traditional groundbreaking ceremony with the flavor of the Historic Westside.

Activities included community booths with activities including a mosaic play-station with Kevin Carman, the artist designing a public art piece for Kellogg Park, seedling planting, button making, carnival games, bubbles, interactive art activities, fish bean bag river toss, walking beams, hula hoops, bracelet making, book crafts, and more.

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