As you can see, grandkids can’t wait for the carousel to be operational!
Recently NBC did a segment on Art Richie, owner of Carousel Works, and through the segment all of the figures featured are being built for the Greensboro Rotary Carousel. Watch the story here >>
Greensboro Science Center President and CEO, Glenn Dobrogoz, inspired by the view out of his office window of the steel structure going up that will house the Rotary Club of Greensboro Carousel, submitted a letter to the editor to the News and Record. Carousel will add to Science Center growth
By spring 2019, the custom-made carousel will turn on the grounds of the Greensboro Science Center, in tribute to the city’s history and the Rotary Club’s 100th anniversary. Read the full News & Record article >>
The Greensboro Rotary Club held a demonstration showcasing the new carousel. It will be the jumping off point for the Battleground Parks District Fox 8 WGHP – Greensboro Rotary Carousel kickstarts plans to create thriving Battleground Parks District
More than 200 people signed up to attend a fun evening where several of our carousel figures were displayed and there was a live carving demonstration by the artisan’s of Carousel Works. Carousel music, popcorn, and grandkids made for a great evening. Check out the pictures below.
Please check out the Spectrum News link below of our own club member Ray Covington with live shots promoting The Rotary Club of Greensboro Carousel located in the Battleground Parks District! Spectrum News Triad – Greensboro Carousel Project Making Progress
The largest carousel maker in the United States, The Carousel Works, Inc. has been contracted and is currently building a hand-manufactured, one-of-a-kind, uniquely Greensboro Carousel. There will be 14 rows with 4 animals in each row and 2 stationary ADA approved sections. An attractive protective building with an attached party pavilion and landscape are all
The Grasshopper figure was officially unveiled August 6th at the Greensboro Grasshoppers game.
The Rotary Club of Greensboro will finance construction of a new custom-made carousel at the science center, to honor the club’s 100th anniversary in 2017. “The club has been searching for the proper way of recognizing our 100 years and the contributions that our Rotary has made to the quality of life in the city,”