Community organizers are working hard on fixing the image of St. James Park in San Jose. A park that has become known as the downtown hub for homeless. The park dates back to the first founding of San Jose and has such features as a children's play area, water fountains, grassy open spaces and monuments to both President William McKinley and Sen. Robert Kennedy.
There have been many attempts to make the park as friendly for families and downtown visitors as Plaza de Cesar Chavez but with very little success to date. Maybe this Easter egg hunt will give families in and around the neighborhood a better image of the park and start changing its reality, too.