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Arts & Entertainment - February 28, 2014

Special garden appeals to all five senses

Visit Centennial Park for a special sensory treat

by Dolores Fox Ciardelli

A special plot in the park next to the Senior Center on Sunol Boulevard is endlessly fascinating. Here the Sensory Garden appeals to all five senses -- sight, smell, touch, taste and sound.

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