Join us on Saturday, October 21st between the hours of 12Noon – 2pm to give back to community in a collaborative clean-up day with NYC Parks & Recreation and Trash Project!
No tools necessary just dress in clothing you won’t mind getting “messed up” and bring your smile and energy! Gloves, bags and tools will be provided by the Parks Department and Trash Project.
Refreshments will be served after the clean-up, courtesy of Maison Harlem and Gavin Brown Enterprise, and all participants will receive an It’s My Park water bottle and TRASH Project tote courtesy of NYC Parks and Trash Project.
Using Art to raise awareness of environmental issues and increase activism. Please join this effort in St Nicholas Park on Saturday in support of your local historic park!
Rand Scholet takes audiences through a brief introduction of Alexander Hamilton and the importance of the Hamilton Grange in Harlem’s St. Nicholas Park