The Memories Park runs along the western edge of Sedgwick County Park and features a variety of backdrops that encourage families, friends and individuals to capture photographic memories. The Together Wichita Memories Park is open during regular park hours of Sedgwick County Park.
As an extension of our “I Live here, I Love It” ad campaign, (which have appeared in the print version of The Eagle and on Kansas.com) chalkboard structures are popping up around town allowing people to document and share why they live here, and love it. You can find the chalkboard structures at, Exploration Place and Sedgwick County Zoo. There will also be chalkboards roving around town at various events!
Keepers on Parade is a public art project proudly brought to you by Together Wichita. Ten feet tall fiberglass Keeper of the Plains replicas were painted, adorned and magically transformed by local artists.
Below you will find a map to all of the Keepers that are a part of this project. If you would like to download this map, click on the picture below.
Did you know the city of Wichita maintains more than 60 miles of bicycle and walking paths in our city? One path in northeast Wichita known as the K-96 path was identified by the board of Together Wichita 2014 as needing some additional signage to help riders, runners and walkers navigate the path.
“I live here, I love it” is Together Wichita’s campaign about living in the city of Wichita and what it’s residents love most about being a part of this Kansas community.