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Fort Tryon Park – Beautification
May 23, 2010Free
Please join us at the Ft Tryon Park!
All we will be needing is a group of focused people. First time gardener’s and those whom have never done any gardening work are welcome! Groups are welcome as well!
Please be prepared to be flexible as we will be doing various task. We will be doing some light painting this months, so please dress accordingly.
WHEN: Sunday, May 23, 2010
WHERE: Ft Tryon Park (Washington Heights)
DURATION: Between 11:30 am to 2:00 pm
Take the A train to 190th Street stop, elevator to the street, exit right at the top of the stairs.
Proceed north on Fort Washington Ave toward Margaret Corbin Circle, where we will be gathering.
Join us after the event at the local coffee shop for some pancakes.
PLEASE ALSO NOTE:
– All volunteers must be 18 years and older
– All volunteers must sign-in via the streetproject website. Group coordinators, please ensure that everyone in your group is signed up prior to the event.
– All participants will need to sign in (& out)
In the event of the possibility of rain on the day of the event, please check your emails before you head out in case we do need to cancel the event.
We will be meeting at the information table set up between the two stone columns at the entrance of the main promenade to the Heather Gardens.
*Please note, if you had not done so already, please sign up for the event through your account at Streetproject.org.
All participants will need to sign in (& out)
Hope to see everyone there!!!!
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