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Revitalize Hudson River Park
November 16, 2008Free
Please join us in revitalizing Hudson River Park! We will be gardening in the Park Promenade area located in the Village by Piers 45 and 46, between Charles Street and Christopher Street.
All we will be needing is a group of focused people. We will provide all necessary tools including gloves. First time and experienced gardener’s are welcome!
Please be prepared to be flexible in tasks. Our tasks include perennial bed weeding and pruning but not limited to these. Please be prepared to do any gardening task. Thanks in advance!
Duration: Between 9:45am and 1:15pm
Location: The perennial beds surrounding a large Copper Apple Sculpture located in the Village, on the park promenade, between Piers 45 and 46, just south of the Charles Street park entrance and a little north of the Christopher Street park entrance. We will meet by the Apple Sculpture. You can’t miss it.
– Subways: 1 @ Christopher Street – walk west 3 blocks on Christopher – cross the West Side Hwy – walk north past the Public restroom building and a closed snack shop till you see the Copper Apple.
– Path Train: Christopher Street stop – walk west 1 ½ blocks on Christopher – cross the West Side Hwy – walk north past the Public restroom building and a closed snack shop till you see the Copper Apple.
Meeting time: 9:45am
Meeting place: We will meet by the Apple Sculpture. You can’t miss it.
All volunteers must wear close toed/heeled shoes!
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