...and so it begins! April-May 2015
Slideshow will be updated as work progresses.
April 23 2015 - Tree removal begins
April 28 2015 - Tree work underway and fence has been installed
April 28 2015 - Fencing installed (as seen along Harvard Ave.)
May 4 2015 - Tree removal continues
May 5 2015 - View from corner of Bonita and Harvard Avenues
May 5 2015 - Work continues
May 5 2015 - Area where root removal has taken place
May 11 2015 - Letting area dry out from rains!!
May 13 2015
May 13 2015
May 22 2015 - Stage beginning to take shape!
May 26 2015 - Stage-ing continues to take shape
You are enthusiastically invited to help in making this dream come true.
Shelton Park Performance Stage has a new name -- CLU Community Performance Stage.
On October 28, 2014 the Claremont City Council unanimously accepted a generous donation from
Claremont Lincoln University, Claremont’s newest University. View website: www.claremontlincoln.org.
generous donation added to the major donations from Pomona College and Claremont Community Foundation together with the Claremont community donations have put us near the top of our goal
Together, the city of Claremont has come together to build this exciting new venue at Shelton Park.
Photos show scale model of proposed stage
Photos (below) from Ground Breaking Party held on Sunday, November 23, 2014
Please click here for more PARTY photos
Grand Opening Dedication will be held in early 2016.
Shelton Park is located at the northeast corner of Bonita and Harvard Avenues
in the heart of the Claremont Village, adjacent to The Claremont Colleges. View map.
This pocket park, which has an old world ambience, is home to many well-planned and impromptu events.
It is also home to one of the city's premiere pieces of public art,
Simple Gifts, a sculpture created by former Claremonter, John Fisher, in 2000-2001.
Our proposal is to add a performance stage which will make Shelton Park even more of an asset
to the community and provide a venue for exciting events in the Village.
Local architect, Paul Wheeler, Wheeler and Wheeler AIA Architects, Inc.,
is lead architect and coordinating the project.
The following are key members of his team:
Ana Aguilar, project manager, Wheeler and Wheeler
Gary Andreasen , Andreasen Engineering
Roger Shervington Geotechnical Engineer
Chi Tang, Structural Engineer
James Taylor, Theatre Professor, Pomona College Lighting and Sound design
James Drummond, Electrical Engineer
Rod Tapp, Landscape Architect
Please visit our "DONATE" webpage for more information
about purchasing a personalized brick.
On Sunday, April 6, 2014, we held a fundraising PARTY! at Walter's Restaurant.
Read more about this fun, entertainment-filled evening. Click here for details...
Please be sure to sign up for our complimentary enews.
We'll keep you informed about the future of the CLU Community Performance Stage
as we move forward to its grand opening in early 2016.
*Claremont Lincoln University