Opening Celebration at Lawrenceville Lawn
TSW’s Planning Studio had a vision for creating a new community gathering place in Lawrenceville, Georgia, which has now come to fruition as Lawrenceville Lawn. The project was completed with hard work from TSW’s Landscape Architecture Studio, and the grand opening celebration was held last weekend, which coincided with the seventh annual Rock’n Ribville festival.
The festival drew a crowd of approximately 12,000 people who came to enjoy the barbecue competitions and live music. This was a great opportunity to introduce the Lawn to the Lawrenceville community and visitors, and to showcase TSW’s planning and design work. The Lawn provides a new outdoor space for events, activities, and relaxation, and it will undoubtedly become a popular destination for the community.
The Lawrenceville Lawn is a beautiful and versatile space that includes an outdoor amphitheater, lawn space, and a pavilion for events and performances. The project has been a collaboration between TSW’s Planning and Landscape Architecture Studios, the City of Lawrenceville, and the Lawrenceville Downtown Development Authority. The project has revitalized the downtown area and created a much-needed community gathering space.
The Rock’n Ribville festival was a fitting event to celebrate the opening of the Lawrenceville Lawn. The festival featured a variety of activities, including cooking competitions, live music, and games for kids. The festival attracted people of all ages and backgrounds, and it was a great way to showcase the potential of the new outdoor space.
Overall, the Lawrenceville Lawn is a beautiful addition to the city, and it has the potential to become a significant community asset. With TSW’s planning and design expertise, the Lawn has become a reality and has already become a popular destination for people in the Lawrenceville area. The grand opening celebration was a huge success, and it was a great way to introduce the Lawn to the community.
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