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The Turning Point Project

Orders will be placed in Town Point Park within 60 days after receipt of your order.

Click here to watch Norfolk Perspecitves with Bob Batcher and Karen Scherberger highlighting the new features of Town Point Park!

Since 1982, the local private sector- from individuals to Fortune 500 corporations- have generously  contributed more than $30 million to support the thousands of city celebrations and programs presented in Norfolk's Town Point Park. In this same spirit of public-private partnership, with leadership of Norfolk Festevents, Ltd., the community is now invited to participate in this first time ever fundraising effort to support the city's renovation of Town Point Park. Now 26 years old and never renovated, the park was showing its age in its infrastructure and design. Improvements completed in 2009 to this city landmark will keep pace with surging attendance and today's environment, and provide an important investment in the quality of life of this region. Individuals, families, groups and companies can become part of this special Turning Point Project for the park by sponsoring a brick or marker, adopting a new park bench or tree, or marking your legacy to the Norfolk waterfront through major contributions recognized in bronze plaques along the new Waterside Walk, at the Park Entrances, or through limited naming rights for the new Band Shell and Performance Amphitheatre. The commemorative bricks and markers are used to pave the walkways and plazas of the newly renovated and landscaped waterfront park; park benches and trees line paths leading to new fountains and winding through newly designed green spaces and seating areas.

Personalize these limited commemorative elements for yourself, your friends or family members. Or you can choose to honor colleagues, clients, an organization or a special individual.  Years of special memories made at the park and along the downtown waterfront can now be captured and celebrated for generations to come. All contributions are tax deductible and will help meet the construction fundraising goal of the park as well as provide financial support for future improvements and enhancements to the waterfront programs. The project cost is $11,500,000, to be underwritten by a combination of City of Norfolk and private sector funds. The project began late October, 2008.Town Point Park reopened on the weekend of July 4th, 2009. Your special commemoration will serve as a lasting tribute to family, friends and associates, and as a legacy of your participation and pride in our community!

Credit Cards are not processed on this site, you will be mailed a seperate invoice for your purchase

Sponsorships

All contributions are tax deductible and will support the fundraising campaign for the park as well as provide financial support for future improvements and enhancements to the waterfront programs. The following are the opportunities available:

$150      4" x 8" Individual Brick
$300      8" x 8" Family Brick
$5,000   24" x 24" Company/Group Marker
$5,000   Park Bench 2" x 10" Bronze Plaque
$5,000   Park Tree 8" x 8" Bronze Plaque

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You may use a variety of characters and punctuation marks when personalizing your bricks, including: capital letters (A-Z); numerals(0-9); Roman Numerals (III, V, X, etc.) ampersand (&); star (*); period (.); comma (,); apostrophe ('); quotation marks ("); dash or hyphen (-); parentheses (); plus sign (+); forward slash (/); exclamation point (!); question mark (?); colon (:); and heart (♥) See Message Regulations and Guidelines for Instructions.

Bricks and Markers - North Gate

Bricks and Markers - Mercury Landing

Bricks and Markers - Waterside Landing

Park Benches

Park Trees

Sidewalk Brick Columns

Park Entrance

Naming Rights - The Town Point Amphitheatre

Credit Cards are not processed on this site, you will be mailed a seperate invoice for your purchase

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