SAVE THE DATE: Whitman Day 2023: Saturday June 10th!
Whitman Day 2022 was a "homerun"
Whitman Day started with a puppy parade at Hobart's Pond led by Lt. Michael Loring K-9 officer and ended at the Welcome Tent next to the basketball courts. FREE music, art and activities were offered all day long, for all ages. Food was available for purchase from our Troop 22 and High School Band Boosters, and the Tailgaters Food Truck - sausages, hot dogs, french fries and fried dough. The weather was beautiful, a little hot for some, but we finally got to come together with friends, family and neighbors to celebrate Whitman Day! Thank you to all the town departments, groups, organizations, businesses and clubs who participated in this community wide festival! We are looking forward to next year, Whitman Day on Saturday, June 10th, 2023! SAVE THE DATE!
Whitman Day 2022
Whitman Day Planning Committee
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The Land for Whitman Park was donated by Augustus Whitman in 1880. The original survey & plans were designed by Ernest W. Bowditch, engineer and landscape designer, 1881. In 1900 and 1931, plans were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. and his brother John Charles Olmsted. The Whitman Town Park was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.