Mansfield's Town Square is important to the city concept, just as in many other Ozarks communities. The City of Mansfield has embarked on a renovation project that will make the Square an even prettier place to be. Presently, the center attraction is the sweet little gazebo. The gazebo will remain a highlight, but have some better steps and wiring for sound and lights.
An attractive planting already dresses up one corner of the Square. Two flag poles wave the Red, White and Blue --This winter shot caught the flag waving over a Christmas celebration on the Square. A bust of Laura Ingalls Wilder sits amidst cement placques commemoratiang the Little House Books. There are plans for a small wall and seating around the memorial bust. The perimeter of the park will enjoy a walkway. Right now strolling around the square isn't an option.
The Town Square is the center of the Wilder Days celebration every September, the Butter Days celebration and the Easter Egg Hunt as well as an entertainment center for local music groups on warm summer evenings.
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