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“Small in Size but Large in Vision”
Review of The Bernice Garden

The Bernice Garden
Ranked #36 of 96 things to do in Little Rock
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Owner description: The Bernice Garden is privately owned by Anita Davis, but intended for public use. The garden was created to celebrate the community and hosts community events as well as private events. The Bernice garden features a yearly sculpture exhibit in an effort to foster community interaction and a sense of pride in the neighborhood.The 150’ x 150’ garden consists of landscaped area utilizing native plants, with a crushed granite foundation for the artworks created by Arkansas artists. Next to the sculpture garden is a concrete patio, benches and approximately 20 parking spaces.The garden is a community event space, hosting a weekly Sunday Farmers' Market, monthly food events, a monthly open-air vintage market, and the annual Arkansas Cornbread Festival. Please see our website for a current calendar of events.
Reviewed January 29, 2013

I work down the street from the garden and love walking by. It's truely an inspiration-- native plants mixed with amazing sculptures (all by local artists). Some people are disappointed by the size because it occupies the space of an old residential lot, but what it lacks in space it makes up for in vision and creativity. There is nothing else like it in Little Rock.

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Reviewed January 7, 2012

The results of the vision of one generous civic patron who envisioned a sculpture garden in a depressed stretch of Main Street. It has catapulted into a lively section of town, with a cornbread festival, a bakery, green store and new Root Cafe nearby. Definitely worth a visit.

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