Head over to the Queens Museum of Art for great (and free!) exhibits!
*Sacred Waters: A Collection of Hindu Offerings from Jamaica Bay.
*The Natural History Museum: Community Partnership Exhibition Program.
*From Watersheds to Faucets: The Marvel of New York City’s Water Supply System.
What is nature? What is wild? Artist Miska Draskoczy explores these concepts through photography in her new exhibit, “Gowanus Wild”.Find out more »
Oct. 11th: Indoor Container Gardening
Oct 18th: Make Your Own Pickles (and pickle your veggies!)
Oct. 25th: Seed Saving & Pumpkin Carving
Nov 1st: Compost: A New BeginningFind out more »
Join Added Value, the Red Hook Community Farm in Brooklyn to compost weekly on Fridays from 9:00am to noon and Saturdays from 10:30am to 1:00pm. “Added Value is a non-profit organization promoting the sustainable development of Red Hook by nurturing a new generation of young leaders. We work towards this goal by creating opportunities for the youth of South Brooklyn to expand their knowledge base, develop new skills and positively engage with their community through the operation of a socially responsible urban farming…Find out more »
Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. convenes a panel of experts that will discuss best practice site planning and stormwater management strategies to increase the resilience of a campus style public housing in the event of a storm event.Find out more »
Come to the High Line to gaze at the stars, planets, and moon through the high-powered telescopes of the Amateur Astronomers Association, and chat with the experts about the sights you see.Find out more »
Every city is unique, but what further distinguishes New York from the rest is the profound presence of world trade — more than any other place on earth, the world trades in New York City. This may be because of natural features so compelling that in the 1790s, when the city’s population totaled only 25,000, George Washington predicted that New York would one day dominate the hemisphere and become, in his phrase, “the seat of empire.” Proving our first President…Find out more »
Learn about Fulton Center, MTA’s new major subway station on Fulton Street with a talk back with the head designers, Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, James Carpenter, and Mahadev Raman.Find out more »
Photo Credit: Fritz Geller-Grimm As shown on the event website: Enjoy the sights and sounds from the heart of Central Park on this light hike. Let the Urban Park Rangers take you down to Strawberry Fields, visit the Angel of Bethesda Terrace, and experience the tranquility of Conservatory Water. For all hiking programs we recommend wearing comfortable shoes or boots, and packing water and a light snack.Find out more »
There is so much to do at Bryant Park, Come visit and find out!Find out more »