The Plain City Bicentennial Park was built by village residents in 1976 to celebrate America’s Bicentennial. Now the site of Christmas under the Clock, the summer Farmers Market, as well as other gatherings, the Bicentennial Park is a historical and iconic feature of our village.
The bricks used to build the platform of the park 40 years ago are now crumbling and in need of replacement. You are invited to purchase an engraved brick to be permanently installed in the new platform of the park. Take this opportunity to honor someone you know that helped make Plain City what it is today. Buy a brick to show your support of the village or use it to honor a friend or loved one.
Your brick will be a lasting part of Plain City; be a part of history by purchasing a brick for the Bicentennial Park!
Bricks will be installed in time for Plain City’s Bicentennial Celebration in July.
For questions, please contact Christy Syfert at 614-873-4298. Sponsored by Abundant Life Fellowship.