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A Day in the Life, April 2, 2016

Saturday, April 2 was a day of constant activity in the park. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society kicked off the day with its Walk MS event at Rainbow Lake Pavilion, while Liberty Soccer held its regular Saturday-morning practices on the Greensward. Kids practiced their golf swings at The Links, dozens of people enjoyed free yoga, and a crowd of regulars enjoyed Overton Bark. Meanwhile, Literacy Mid-South held its fourth annual Reading Flash Mob, bringing free books to anyone who wanted to relax and read. And Memphis’ own Dry Gulch Renegades took on the visiting Gadsden Pioneers in a rugby match on a sunny afternoon.

Here are a few photos from a fun day at the park. To see the full set, visit us on Facebook or Flickr.

The Walk MS crew takes a giant selfie before the event.

Walk MS selfie

Liberty Soccer kids learn the fundamentals.

Liberty Soccer

It was beautiful weather for yoga.


It was a great day for food trucks, flash mobs, and picnics in the park.

Literacy Mid-South

Picnic Greensward

An amazing crowd enjoying the park.

Greensward 4-2-16