Your visit to Latham Park will enchant you…believing that you have found the proverbial “Shangri-La.” The park is a privately owned beautiful, and peaceful retreat from the stress of your daily life.
Latham Park is located at 1915 S. Lemon Street, in a traditional residential area of the Morningside area of Sioux City, Iowa. Occupying almost a full acre of ground, it is home to an endless variety of flowering plants, warbling songbirds, a wonderful fountain, quiet sitting areas, and one or two friendly squirrels. We invite you to visit, take a stroll through the park, read a book, enjoy a picnic…feel your mind ease and your spirits soar.
Art in the Park 2022 Best of Show winner is a new exhibitor, Jordan Luckow with his pop art paintings and prints
Awards of Excellence were presented to:
Chaeli Kohn of Shady Grove Pottery
Samantha Hogue of Samantha Ashli Jewelry
THANK YOU !!
our ongoing construction projects. They are signs of progress!
Thanks to the Mayor’s Youth Commission and the local Carpenters Union, the Park now has a new feature just outside the main northwest corner entrance -- a Little Free Library. We hope the neighborhood uses it frequently.
Good job crew!
THANK YOU to the Siouxland Discovery Chorus for their generous donation to Latham Park.
The Park is now closed for the season -- Watch for the 2023 Mother's Day opening
Fall Clean-Up dates are October 15th and 22nd, 10:00 - 2:00 each day. Bring your rake & gloves to the "party". All volunteers are welcome, and many hands make the work go quickly
Art in the Park on 9/17 was great fun!
Homecoming pictures have all been taken -- the dresses were beauties, and everybody had fun!
November 8th, 7:00 P.M. -- Friends meeting inside Clara's house -- come be a part of our Park supporters group
The Friends of Latham Park sincerely thank the
for its continued support of the park.
Thank you to the Morningside Chapter Order of Eastern Star for their donation of a flag pole and to the American Legion for keeping us supplied with new flags as needed.
Here's our brand new footbridge, manufactured and installed by Port Neal Welding the day before Fall Clean-Up. Behind it you can see the recently erected Secret Garden fence. The "Secret Garden" isn't quite so secret anymore!
Both projects were funded by grants from the Gilchrist Foundation, MRHD, and the Siouxland Community Foundation
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