Stanley Park has completed its 2018 Sunday Night Concert Series. The concerts were supported in part by a grant from the following organizations:
“Sarah Gillett Services For the Elderly, Inc.”
“The Westfield Cultural Council”, a local agency, supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency
Sunday Night Concerts provide the public with top musical performances during the summer months. The Concerts are free to all who attend, thanks to the support of the grantors noted above and to those who donated during the season.
As the summer season winds down, The Stanley Park of Westfield, Inc. wishes to acknowledge the financial support of the following agencies for the 2018 Children’s Programs.
“The Kiwanis Club of Greater Westfield, Inc.”
“Shurtleff Children’s Services, Inc.”
“Teddy Bear Pools & Spas”
“Trustees of the Westfield Academy”
The money awarded to Stanley Park through grants, helped to support the “Friday Mornings for Children”, the “Zoo on the Go”, a program provided by the Forest Park of Springfield and Rae Griffith and her “Teaching Creatures” programs.
The Children’s Programs provide entertainment and educational activities for the children of Westfield and the surrounding communities throughout the summer months. The Programs are free to all who attend, thanks to the above grantors and donors throughout the season.
We would like to thank all of our sponsors who have supported Stanley Park during the 2017 season! Your generous contributions sustain the Park and our many programs. We are so grateful to have such a caring community!
The Beveridge Family Foundation Westfield Bank Advance Manufacturing Air Compressor Engineering Firtion-Adams Funeral Service, Inc. John S. Lane & Son, Inc. Lane Construction Corp. Westfield Gas & Electric Westfield State University Teddy Bear Pools & Spas
"A small group of people gathered at Stanley Park Tuesday (October, 31) to witness a rebirth of the past, a new totem pole, 100 feet from the original one that was erected in 1951." - The Westfield News, November 1, 2017
Stanley Park would like to thank the Westfield News Group for their coverage of the return of the Stanley Park Totem Pole. To read the full story, click here.
A big THANK YOU to our sponsors for our Annual Fundraiser, "Pathways to Colonial Times"! The evening was fun and we had a great crowd. Thank you for supporting Stanley Park!
Advance Manufacturing Air Compressor Engineering The Beveridge Family Foundation Commercial Distributing Co., Inc. Green Meadow Lumber Hampden Village John S. Lane & Son, Inc. Westfield Bank Westfield Gas & Electric
& a special thank you to the Delaney House's Log Rolling for catering this fantastic event!
Click "Read More" for the full list of sponsors for this event.
Today, Wednesday August 16, 2017, we proudly celebrate the 68th Anniversary of "Founders" Day here at Stanley Park. We are all extremely thankful for everyone who has helped bring Stanley Park to fruition so many years ago. From Frank Stanley Beveridge to all the employees of Stanley Home Products as well as the staff of Stanley Park, Volunteers and Supporters over the years our heartfelt "Thank You" for all you did for us. We pledge and look forward to continuing Mr. Beveridge "Legacy" for many years to come. When the 70th rolls around, we look forward to also be helping with the 350th Anniversary of the founding of our home City of Westfield, Massachusetts.
In our continued efforts for wildlife conservation, Stanley Park will be installing duck feeders in the area around the Duck Ponds. Instead of feeding the ducks & geese bread, patrons will be able to feed the ducks a healthy diet of cracked corn and seeds. This will be beneficial not only to the ducks' health but to the overall pond health.
All proceeds from the feeders will be restricted to the purchase of duck feed.
We appreciate your cooperation in this health initiative. Thank you!
The Veterans' Memorial at Stanley Park is dedicated to the men and women who served our country during war and peace - past, present, and future. As Memorial Day approaches, honor a veteran with a brick at Stanley Park's Veterans' Memorial.