05.08.14 | No Comments
“Ask Mary” is an advice column for community groups and individuals to ask community outreach questions and have them answered by an expert!
05.01.14 | 1 Comment
CityParks Tennis player Isis Gill was one of two junior players to receive the David N. Dinkins Scholarship Award at the USTA Eastern Hall of Fame Celebration!
04.24.14 | No Comments
On Earth Day 2014, Partnerships for Parks commemorated our dedicated network of year-round volunteers by coordinating beautification projects to help keep our city parks clean and green
04.22.14 | No Comments
With the Department of Sanitation's new composting initiative, it has become easier than ever to compost your food scraps in New York City. But, if you are looking to actually use the compost that your food scraps create in your home or garden, it still makes sense to compost at home - here are two methods!
04.17.14 | 1 Comment
Earlier this week, City Parks Foundation welcomed Ian Noble as our new Director of Arts & Cultural Programs!
04.10.14 | 1 Comment
In the past week, my Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater family, while on tour on the West coast, suffered the sudden loss of two incredible human beings, EJ Corrigan, Technical Director, and Calvin Hunt, Senior Director of Performance and Production.
04.09.14 | No Comments
City Parks Foundation (CPF) is excited to congratulate Sara Soo-Hoo, Polina Libo, Esu Maat & Jenny Schnitzer, the four most recent inductees into our City Parks Foundation Sports Hall of Fame.
03.24.14 | 3 Comments
Every March, thousands of people fly to Austin, Texas to experience one of the largest music festivals and conferences in the world – South by Southwest(SXSW). As the largest free festival of New York City, SummerStage annually sends representatives to the “Live Music capital of the World.” This year, it was SummerStage Programming Associate Paula Abreu. Read on for her first-hand account of her experiences during five jam-packed days at SXSW.
03.13.14 | No Comments
Partnerships for Parks Corporate Volunteer Program enables New York City’s most successful companies to help keep our neighborhood parks beautiful, and on Wednesday, March 5th we celebrated these volunteers with a breakfast in their honor.
02.11.14 | No Comments
Super storm Sandy temporarily shut down operations at the Red Hook Recreation Center. Despite the setback, Youth Made Media continued programming by relocating to a temporary home at lost Battalion Hall in Queens.
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