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Show Your Support For Frisco's Kaleidoscope Park

Become a key player in shaping the future of this vibrant community hub

Frisco is readying one of its most ambitious projects: Kaleidoscope Park. Formerly known as Community Performance Park, this upcoming park is an emblem of civic innovation and community engagement.

Scheduled for completion in fall 2024, this sprawling urban oasis promises to surpass even the renowned Klyde Warren Park in scale and interactivity, serving as a captivating welcome point for visitors and residents alike.

Under the stewardship of the Kaleidoscope Park Foundation, a non-profit organization at the helm of this monumental endeavor, individuals and businesses can actively participate in shaping the park's future. 

"We want the people who will love and use the park to be key stakeholders in shaping its future destiny," says Laura Madden, director of development and relationships at Kaleidoscope Park.

The Foundation introduces the "Friends of Kaleidoscope Park" initiative to foster this sense of ownership. Through annual contributions, supporters can shape the park's programming and experiences while earning recognition for their partnership.

Membership tiers cater to various preferences and budgets, ranging from $100 at the friend's level to $5000 at the director's circle, that includes additional perks such as invitations to exclusive events and discounts at future park amenities. A unique furry friends add-on allows patrons to honor their pets, reinforcing the park's commitment to inclusivity.

Kaleidoscope Park is scheduled to open later this summer. A grand opening celebration, including a members-only event, is slated for Oct. 2024.

Those interested in supporting or exploring sponsorship opportunities can visit their website or contact Laura Madden at [email protected].

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