Join the festivities this Saturday, June 13th to pay tribute to the extraordinary generosity of Gene Kleiner, who donated Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park to the City of Meridian in honor of his late father who once farmed the land on which this glorious park now sits. The event will feature a variety of FREE activities and performances for the entire family, highlighted by an evening concert with the Meridian Symphony Orchestra.
Gene Kleiner Day Schedule of Activities:
5:00pm – Event opens near the bandshell with FREE inflatables, face painting and balloon artist.
6:00pm – At the playground, a new youthful-themed statue will be unveiled.
6:15pm – FREE ice cream will be available for everyone in attendance, provided by Whole Foods, immediately after the statue unveiling ceremony.
6:30pm – Grab your ice cream, pull up a seat in the amphitheater and prepare to laugh as the Treasure Valley Children’s Theater presents “Super Hero Social Skills.”
7:00pm -The Meridian Symphony Orchestra will perform a FREE outdoor, family concert.
For more information about Gene Kleiner Day, please contact the Meridian Parks and Recreation Department at 888-3579 or email@example.com.