Bicentennial Park 5310 W Layton Ave, Greenfield, WI53220 Bicentennial Park is located between the Law Enforcement Center, Fire Station No. 1 and the new library. The park was…More initially established in 1976 as part of the country's bicentennial. As part of Greenfield's 50th anniversary celebration, the city added a legacy fountain to serve as the park's centerpiece. The fountain features a colorful nighttime display and is surrounded by granite benches and a variety of daylilies, Greenfield's city flower.
Grandpa Frank's is locally owned and operated florist located on Highway 100 at Beloit Road in the Homestead Place…More Shopping Center. Grandpa Frank's offers a wide variety of fresh healthy flowers, tropical plants, European dish gardens, silk and dried arrangements in either contemporary or traditional stylings at reasonable prices. It also offers an extensive gift line, gourmet, gift and fruit baskets, greeting cards and candles. Its service area is the city of Greenfield and it also delivers to Atstadt and Maxx & Sons Funeral Homes as well as Clement Manor Retirement Community.
Grandpa Frank's can handle all your floral needs from weddings to funerals. It also offers birthday, get well, anniversary and new baby arrangements as well as special holiday arrangements or flowers just to tell someone that they're loved and thought about. Grandpa Frank's is a Teleflora florist.
Archbishop Albert E. Meyer established Our Lady of Lourdes Congregation as a parish in 1958. The name was chosen…More because it was the centennial anniversary of the appearance of the Blessed Mother to St. Bernadette at Lourdes. A wing of classrooms was added to the building in 1961 to meet the need of burgeoning class sizes. The '70s and '80s brought tremendous growth to the parish in membership, programs, committees and staffing.
All of the changes and growth over 30 years have made Our Lady of Lourdes a destination parish. The '90s brought great overhauls to the worship in both space, converting the gymnasium to a church, and style, by introducing dramatic presentations and dance to the liturgies. Expanded music and drama programs were brought into the fold.
Our Lady of Lourdes also hosts an Annual Fun Fest for the community. Beginning in 1985, the festival has been a means of gathering the community and celebrating the parish.