Faces of David Street Station
Once you have been to David Street Station, you will see why it really is #WhereCasperComesTogether. There are so many things to do, events nearly every night of the week, and familiar faces everywhere. We love seeing you here with your family and friends at each event. That’s why we have decided to show you off to the Casper community. You are the reason we exist and your support and attendance makes what we do at David Street Station worth doing.
We want to know what you love about David Street Station, how often you come, and what you would tell someone who hasn’t been here before. In this series, you will find different members of the community enjoying time with loved ones, friends, co-workers, and neighbors.
Robert, Lena, and Cameron
When asked about his favorite part of David Street Station, Cameron was quick to say “ALL THE PEOPLE!” But the splash pad was so close, it could be a tie in his mind. Cameron’s parents, Robert and Lena, agree that all of the people at David Street Station make their time here worthwhile.
“It is so diverse. You see every walk of life here enjoying the same thing. People really do come together here and it makes it a place I want to bring my family,” Lena says. In fact, they love being down here so much that Robert jumped at the opportunity to become an AMBASSADOR for David Street Station and is excited to help at as many events as possible.
Another favorite part of David Street Station for this family is all of the events offered. While concerts are high on their list, they try to come to most events because it gives them something to do. Parents to three other children, Robert and Lena cite that having a facility as wonderful as David Street Station that is free makes a huge impact on their family life.
Advice to someone who has never utilized David Street Station? “How can people have not come down here yet?!” a shocked Lena proclaimed. Well, if those people do exist, she would tell them that there is something for everyone and a strong sense of community, so get down here!
Darcy and Samson
Sitting close to the stage, Darcy and Samson were found enjoying the live music. Darcy, a single mother of six, says that her favorite part of David Street Station is everyone coming together and enjoying life. On the other hand, her son, Samson, was excited to show off how fast he could run on the wide, open David Street Station Lawn. “So much space to run is my favorite!” he exclaims. While Darcy and her family are not at the Station for every event, they come often because it gets them out of the house at no cost. They were using this opportunity for a special mother/son night. The entertainment is wonderful and there are many things for her family to enjoy.
Darcy’s advice to those that have not come to David Street Station? “Come down! The food is great when the food trucks are here. The atmosphere is very enjoyable and I find it a very peaceful place, even when it is full of people.”
Check back in the future for more Faces of David Street Station. If you would like to be featured, please let us know on Facebook or at any event. See you #WhereCasperComesTogether!