WAUKESHA — There has been children’s play equipment near the Moreland Boulevard entrance to Frame Park since 1994, but on Wednesday evening local officials gathered at the city’s crown jewel to unveil a brand new playground at the spot — this one aimed at serving all children, including those with mobility issues, and adults looking to get fit while having a little fun.
Dozens of families gathered for the event, which, in addition to a cookout and music, included the unveiling of a new boulder dedicated to Bryce & Anne Styza, whose generous financial contribution led to the construction of the new playground, as well as the old one.
While children scrambled across jungle gyms and swung on swings, adults got a chance to learn how to use new equipment aimed at giving them a chance to get physical.
(From left) Waukesha Alderman Steve Johnson, Council President Kathleen Cummings, Alderwoman Cassie Rodriguez, Mayor Shawn Reilly, Bryce and Anne Styza, and Alderman Leonard Miller take part in a ribbon cutting Wednesday for the new playground at Frame Park.
The Styzas’ donations helped fund both the new and old playground and the park.