We have some beautiful parks in West Alabama that offer so many amenities. Monnish Park on Hackberry Lane is one of them. I love to walk there because of the super nice walking park trails. The pathway also includes stops along the route with different outdoor exercise equipment. Plus, they offer two various shelters. I was excited to find out that Monnish Park is the next stop for the Tuscaloosa StoryWalk.

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The Tuscaloosa County Park and Recreation Authority (PARA), joined with the Tuscaloosa Public Library, hosts their next Tuscaloosa StoryWalk pop-up event at Monnish Park. It takes place on Saturday, August 28th, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Oak Shelter. Tuscaloosa StoryWalk boasted on their Facebook page that they “have a brand new story to share.”

Tuscaloosa StoryWalk “aims to take "Small Steps” with “Big Impact" towards equity in health and literacy in Tuscaloosa County by creating outdoor learning environments for youth and their families.”

I think the combination of community and literary arts is a winner for the Tuscaloosa community. The Tuscaloosa StoryWalk Pop-Up series has included stops at Jaycee Park, Palmore Park, Snow Hinton Park, and other great spots.

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