Theodora Park, the small Ansonborough neighborhood park that combines nature with art, will be the home to a special lighting display this holiday season.
The display will include "laser-light ‘jewels’ that sparkle across the park’s pathways, planting, and fountain pool," strings of large multi-colored globe lights, and words of inspiration and hope projected on the park’s walls and trees.
Every evening throughout the holidays, visitors to Theodora Park can enjoy this celebration of the season. Theodora Park can be found at the corner of Anson & George Streets.
Throughout the year, the park has a number of other artistic features, including a wrought-iron gate designed and made by Charleston artisan and blacksmith Philip Simmons. The park has benches, tables and chairs, and a tranquil pool crafted with 370 handmade tiles designed by ceramic artist Paul Heroux.
To learn more, visit www.theodorapark.com.