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Discovery Times Square:
April 12, 2014Free
Please join us and kids from Police Athletic League (PAL) for a trip to Discovery Times Square at 226 West 44th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues, directly across from Shubert Alley.”The Art of The Brick” will be a new event for the kids and it’s a great opportunity for them to experience such “intriguing and inspiring arts of work”. It will also be a wonderful time for you to share your childhood experiences regarding Legos and bring back some memories.
We will cover the cost of the exhibit for the children however, each volunteer is responsible to cover their own expenses. Tickets will be bought in advance so please provide cash when arriving to the event that day.
We will meet the kids at the PAL location at 10:00 am and depart by 10:45AM to go right out to Discovery Times Square and bring them back by 2:45pm.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiana.email@example.com or Martha.firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
See you there!
The PAL Harlem Center (see directions)
Directions: The PAL Harlem Center is situated at the corner of 119th Street and Manhattan Ave. The quickest way to reach the center is the D express train to 125th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue. Walk south to 119th Street and Manhattan Ave. Other options are B or C train to 116th and 8th Avenue. Walk west to Manhattan Avenue and North to 119th Street.
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