The Golden Heritage Days Festival started Friday in Princeton and there is a new feature on the square.
The new Pocket Park is open.
The park is on the site of an old bank that was demolished last year.
Designers used limestone from the bank building for the park benches, light poles and the center fountain.
"I think it's really nice. I love it. It's a great place just to hang out with some friends and have lunch from the courthouse. I'm sure they appreciate it too," says Princeton resident Tracey Moseley.
The park is on the North side of the square.
Heritage Days continue through Sunday.
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