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Women’s History Month 2022

This year, Old City Park invites you to celebrate Women’s History Month by supporting local, women owned businesses. Below you can read about 9 businesses and the impressive women who

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This is Dallas

A message from our Director of Education and Interpretation, Heather Rodriguez: This blog post is a part of a larger exhibit entitled “This is Dallas” that includes both a satellite

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Black History Month 2022

This year, Old City Park invites you to celebrate Black History Month by volunteering your time to organizations that support or are run by members of the Black community in

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Our Response to COVID-19

Dear Friends,  Living history has a very different meaning these days, doesn’t it? As we all navigate these extraordinary times, I wanted to give you a glimpse into what’s happening

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2019 Year in Review

At this time last year, Old City Park was facing some pretty big challenges. We didn’t know what would happen with our city funding. Our budget was up in the

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Remembering Tuck

  Tuck, age 22, ambassador and mascot of Old City Park, passed away peacefully on January 17, 2019. He was surrounded by his OCP family and brother, Nip. Tuck was

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