rendering of the memorial bench

rendering of the memorial bench

Read about the tragic event that took place in Philadelphia on June 5th, 2013. Learn about the memorial victims, the families, the local community, and the importance of civic commemoration.

About the June 5th Memorial Park ›

 

Memorial Committee

"winged victory" last sketch made by anne bryan (june 4th, 2013)

"winged victory" last sketch made by anne bryan (june 4th, 2013)

Meet the June 5th Memorial Committee and follow along with news items, meeting notes, and other updates while the committee continues to raise funds for the construction.

Forming a Memorial Committee >

artist barb fox's memorial stones

artist barb fox's memorial stones

Learn about the design team and the creation of the June 5th Memorial Park. Discover how the park will serve as a constant reminder that construction project must be done safely.

Designing a Memorial ›

 

Memorial Education

benndorf and zumbusch, model of winged victory of samothrace

benndorf and zumbusch, model of winged victory of samothrace

Learn about the architectural history and theory of memorial design in communities. This section features articles, conference papers, and information on future memorial exhibits.

History and Theory of Memorial Design >

memorial stones working drawings

memorial stones working drawings

Follow the construction of the memorial park through a timelapse webcam. Watch the park come to life through the fabrication of the memorial stones and other components of the park.

Constructing a Memorial >

 

Volunteer / Donate

WE need your help - volunteer / donate Today!

WE need your help - volunteer / donate Today!

Volunteer your time and/or donate funds toward the construction of the memorial. Find out how you can become a part of the creation of The June 5th Memorial Park.

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Join us in building The June 5th Memorial Park at 22nd and Market Street.