FREE & CHEAP NYC - Week starting September 6, 2013
- 09/05/2013 by Angela Church & Maayan Schneider, WBAI (WBAI)
The warm weather is still here, so let’s celebrate in one of our city’s many Parks!
ALL WEEK – FLOW.13 is a collection of annual summer art exhibitions along the shoreline at Randall’s Island Park, located in the East River between Queens, Manhattan and the Bronx. This year's third annual exhibition will be open to the public daily from June-November, and will feature five new site-specific installations, all reflecting and encouraging interaction with the Park’s history and environment. There are 5 featured artists who built installations along the shorelines, and you can just arrive at Randall’s Island any day, and check them out!
SHORT STORY WRITING WORKSHOP
Fri, Sept. 6 and every Friday through the end of October - Free Short Story Writing Workshop at Poe Park Visitor Center in the Bronx! Got a short story in you? Have you always wanted to write, but didn't know how to begin? Need a little inspiration? Join our short story writing workshop at the Poe Park Visitor Center, with other writers, like yourself. For ages 16-adults.
DANCE FOR SENIORS - PLEASE NOTE: WE HAVE JUST LEARNED EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED!
[Fri, Sept. 6 – 10am -12 noon – “Dancing Under the Sun”, an afternoon of dance instruction, performances, and refreshments for Seniors! At Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx.] We have just learned this event has been cancelled. But keep dancing!
CONSERVATORY GARDEN TOUR IN CENTRAL PARK
Sat., Sept. 7 –11:00 am – 12:30 pm - Free Conservatory Garden Tour of Central Park! Meet at the Vanderbilt Gate at 5th Ave. between 104th and 105th Streets. No reservation s needed. See thousands of blooming trees, shrubs, bulbs, and perennials with the Garden staff!
FREE JUGGLING LESSONS
Mon-Fri from 12pm-1pm – Use your lunch hour for a free JUGGLING LESSON at Bryant Park!! All skill levels are welcome and equipment is provided. Locations within the park vary, so check the Website for details.
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Central Park's beautiful Conservatory Garden