02.27.15 | No Comments
Constructing art from natural materials found in the local environment is a great way for students to explore plant communities and ecosystems. Through a partnership between Westside Collaborative, City Parks Foundation and the Department of Youth and Community Development, students in the SONYC After School program learn about the changing seasons and the effect on plant life cycles.
02.12.15 | No Comments
While only 0.19 acres, Christopher Park in Greenwich Village is a vibrant community space with a lot of history. The tiny triangle boasts a monument collection, beautiful gardens, and another landmark feature: a 140 year old wrought-iron perimeter fence.
01.13.15 | No Comments
City Parks Foundation’s SummerStage Showcase, in partnership with the Santa Monica Pier Twilight Concert Series, took place at the Highline Ballroom on Thursday, January 8, 2015.
12.09.14 | No Comments
City Parks Foundation is excited to share the list of past SummerStage artists, from 1986 – 2014, who have been nominated for 2015 GRAMMY Awards.
11.13.14 | No Comments
Golfing here in NYC tends to be relegated to March through November, if we’re lucky. That leaves four or five long months when we golf nuts are chomping at the bit to get on the course. Don’t let the winter weather dampen your appetite for the game. There are plenty of enjoyable golf activities that you can take part in even when it may be too cold outside to play.
10.29.14 | No Comments
This fall Green Girls launched it’s first after school program at I.S. 204 Oliver Holmes in Long Island City, Queens. The 12 week program kicked off on October 1st with a primary focus on water health and specifically the waterways surrounding LIC.