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The World is My Oyster wrote a review May 2020
Orlando, Florida16,314 contributions4,892 helpful votes
We definitely saw a lot of homeless people there, though the park still looked pretty good with two beautiful churches laying on it. We were hoping the market was open, but since COVID-19, not yet.
Date of experience: May 2020
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Svensota wrote a review Feb 2020
Wilmette, Illinois284 contributions108 helpful votes
Overshadowing Marion Square is an 80-foot column with a statue of John C. Calhoun on top. Calhoun was the principle spokesman and defender of slavery. He is famous for saying, slavery, rather than being a "necessary evil", was a "positive good" that benefited not only the slave…
Date of experience: February 2020
Gale Andrews wrote a review Dec 2019
Can the homeless have tents to stay dry? We really need homeless friendly facilities. I'm homeless myself, but the shelter's are full. We have no place to camp or sleep safely. Where can we go?
Date of experience: December 2019
Thomas V wrote a review Dec 2019
Oakland, California9,452 contributions1,548 helpful votes
This is the park in the center of town with some impressive buildings around it. Unfortunately the landscaping is not all that great and the square looks best when you look at the surroundings. Kind of simple green space.
Date of experience: November 2019
Cac1234 wrote a review Oct 2019
Germantown, New York1,629 contributions165 helpful votes
Marion Square is a nice greenspace; however, it is not an area that I would hang out in for any length of time. On the weekends there is a farmers market offering a variety of goods. The park is located between King and Meeting Streets. We often walked through the park on our…
Date of experience: October 2019