Nashville Landmark Reopens

Group posing at Allée Reopening Ceremony

Unveiling of Allée Restoration on Friday, October 2

The Tennessean recently paid a visit to the iconic Allée steps at the Belle Meade Entrance to Percy Warner Park to learn about the historic restoration of this Nashville landmark.

“This is one of Nashville’s most important public spaces,” said Tim Netsch, assistant director for planning and facilities development for Metro. “It’s part of the identity of the city. It’s seen so much wear and tear over the years, and now thanks to Friends of Warner Parks, it is seeing a lot of love, too.”

We were honored to spearhead this initiative for the benefit of all Nashvillians, an initiative that honors the past and ensures the future of this local treasure.

Celebrate with us as we reopen the Allée on Friday, October 2. We will be on site from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. offering treats, tours, and sharing information on what’s to come on Friday, October 2 and Saturday, October 3. This is but the beginning, with comparable improvements to be made throughout Warner Parks as a part of our ongoing It’s My Nature campaign.

Read the full article in the Tennessean by clicking here, and make a contribution in celebration of what’s been accomplished and what’s to come – for after all – It’s Our Nature, Nashville. Donate today.

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