Kids can color their way through Detroit's most popular parks with free online coloring book

The Partnership between Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, the Belle Isle Conservancy, the Downtown Detroit Partnership, Eastern Market and the City of Detroit will feature two new images released every Tuesday

DETROIT - The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy and several partners have developed a free coloring book celebrating some of Detroit’s most popular parks to provide kids with creative activities to do while they stay at home.

The Detroit Parks Coloring Book has been developed in partnership with the Belle Isle Conservancy, the Downtown Detroit Partnership (DDP), Eastern Market and the City of Detroit.

Each Tuesday from April 14 through May 26, two new images will be released and available to download, print and color at detroitriverfront.org/coloringdetroitparks. Once finished, kids are encouraged to share their masterpieces by tagging the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy on social media using #ColoringDetroitParks.

Many beloved public spaces throughout Detroit will be featured, including the Belle Isle Aquarium, the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory and James Scott Memorial Fountain on Belle Isle; Mt. Elliott Park, Gabriel Richard Park, Cullen Plaza, Robert C. Valade Park and the Dequindre Cut along the riverfront; Shed 3 at Eastern Market; Campus Martius Park, and Rouge Park, Palmer Park and Clark Park in Detroit.

“Detroit has amazing parks,” said Mark Wallace, president & CEO of the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy. “These parks bring us together to exercise, find peace by interacting with nature, and gather as a community. While our children are staying home to stay safe, this coloring book will allow them to express their creativity and to celebrate what these spaces mean to them.”

The parks and public spaces showcased in the “Detroit Parks Coloring Book” are original, one-of-a-kind illustrations created by the team at 313 Creative, a Detroit-based strategic planning and design firm located in Eastern Market.

For more information about the partners involved with this project, visit: www.belleisleconservancy.org; www.detroitriverfront.org  www.detroitmi.gov  www.downtowndetroit.org  or www.easternmarket.org





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