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Our Children's Memorial Walkway
Our Children's Memorial Walkway in Frazier Park

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spring at OCMWLocated in Frazier Park, Our Children's Memorial Walkway and garden is located at 1201 West 4th Street. The memorial was built to the memory of all the children of any age who have died for any reason in our community.

Nestled in the heart of Charlotte, near uptown and down the road from where the Panther's practice field is, sits a beautiful Memorial Park. Our Children's Memorial Walkway was established in the heart of Uptown to allow for families of all ages, denominations, and races from across the area to have a place to come together in memory of their children.

Our Children's Memorial Walkway is made up of bricks, many of which are engraved honoring the memory of children. The garden houses cherry trees for shade, benches to rest on, sculptures of children at play and an inscribed monument. Surrounding Our Children's Memorial Walkway are greenways, swing sets, a field for play, and a playground. It is truly a place of life and hope in memory of Our Children.

Adopt a Brick
adopt a brickBricks along the walkway are available for adoption by parents, grandparents, siblings, or friends. This is a beautiful way to honor a loved one, bricks have been adopted as a Memorial gift when a child has passed away, In Memory of them for an anniversary or birthday, and as a marker for families that may not have a burial place.



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