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Ice Skating in Central Park w/ Washington Heights Group!
March 19, 2005Free
Due to the forecasted inclement weather for Saturday, March 12, Harlem Dowling has asked us to push back this outing one week to Saturday, March 19. Same time, same place, but just one week later. Also, Carrie Spengler will be leading the group in my absence since I will be out of town…We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause, but thank you very much for your patience and understanding in this matter.
Please join us next SATURDAY, MARCH 19 as we take the kids of the Washington Heights center on an ice skating adventure at Wollman Rink in Central Park (located just above 59th Street and 6th Avenue). We’ll pick up the kids from the center at 12:30pm; take the A train straight down to Columbus Circle; and return to the center for 4:30pm sharp. We’re trying to be much more timely going to and from, AND, I can assure you all kids will be going back to the center together this time around…
**ALSO, A REMINDER THAT VOLUNTEERS ARE ASKED TO PAY FOR THEIR OWN ENTRANCE FEE ($11) AND SHOE RENTAL (ABOUT $5). SO, PLEASE PLAN ON BRINGING $20, TO BE SAFE. STREET PROJECT WILL PAY FOR THE KIDS AND HARLEM DOWLING WORKER(S). THX!**
Hope you can join us for one last winter hoorah!
Harlem Dowling-Washington Heights Center, located at 175th Street and Ft. Washington Avenue, right on the A line.
Please feel free to bring friends!
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