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New Yorkers for Parks
Founded in 1908, we are the citywide independent champion of quality open space. Our has planted over 7.5 million daffodil bulbs across NYC.
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New Yorkers for Parks 3h
Join the Urban Park Rangers at the Marine Park in Brookyln for Winter Wildlife Animal Tracking! Learn about how to identify animal tracks to understand their behavior today from 11:00AM-12:30PM.
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New Yorkers for Parks 19h
Parks play an essential role in keeping New Yorkers healthy. But how do we ensure that our parks are financially healthy? Join us on Wed, February at for our next Open Space Dialogues to explore innovative ways to fund parks.
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 16
Queens Park of the Month is Powell's Cove Park for February! Take a trip there today from 10:00AM-11:30AM for a beautiful morning with a beautiful view!
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 15
Get in tune with your artistic side at the Poe Park in the Bronx! Join Adults Mix Media Arts today from 11:30AM-1:30PM to create works from multiple mediums.
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 14
Parks offer happiness and sustainability to New Yorkers. But keeping our parks healthy and sustainable requires funding, which isn't always easy to come by. Join parks pros and peers from NYC & beyond on Wed, Feb 20 to explore unique ways of funding our parks!
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 13
Get your Morning Fitness on at Fort Tryon Park in Manhattan! If you're slacking on your New Year's Resolutions, get some exercise tomorrow morning from 7:30AM-8:30AM.
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 13
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 13
Head over to the Long Pond Park in Staten Island today from 1:30PM-3:30PM to join the Adult Afternoon Hike organized by the Staten Island Greenbelt Conservancy!
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 12
In Concrete Plant Park, the Bronx River Foodway integrates edible plants into the park to benefit the community by providing fresh food and encouraging park use. Visitors can explore the garden and harvest veggies, fruits, and other plants as they go. ttp://bit.ly/2Fhmfi4
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 12
Christo and Jeanne-Claude's famous artwork, "The Gates" opened 14 years ago today in Central Park! This quote just goes to show that public spaces mean something different for each person who inhabits them.
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 12
Need a last-minute Valentine's Day gift? Dedicate a daffodil to your loved one and daffodils will bloom all across the City in their honor.
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 11
Looking for a last minute gift? Dedicate a daffodil to your loved one and daffodils will bloom across the city in their honor.
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 11
Kelly Street Garden in Bronx will have an workshop called Rainwater Harvesting 101. From 4PM-6PM, garden design experts will teach about the process and benefits of storing rainwater.
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 9
February is Black History Month! There are several activities in NYC parks to celebrate and honor .
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 8
Valentine's Day is coming up and love is in the air! Check out some upcoming events all around NYC parks to participate in!
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 7
Power to the People is an exhibition at the Arsenal in Central Park. This exhibition displays the role parks have played in New York City's history of protests. This exhibit will be open from 9AM-5PM up to February 28th, 2019.
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 6
What are innovative funding strategies for NYC parks? What lessons can we learn from other cities? How can we ensure equitable funding in all neighborhoods? Join us on Wed, Feb 20th as we seek answers to these & other important questions.
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 6
The Brooklyn Traditional Slow Jam is an acoustic instrumental meet-up centered on music from several cultures. The Slow Jam will be held at the Old Stone House in the J.J. Byrne Playground from 7PM-9PM. Don't miss out!
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Barry Grodenchik Feb 5
Supplemental Hidden Gem is the most hidden to date. Here is a fresh water spring at the head of Alley Creek in Alley Pond Park. In the dead of vegetation is growing!
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New Yorkers for Parks Feb 5
Happy Lunar Year! Celebrate the Year of the Pig with a fun-filled day at Prospect Park.
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