Felix Pitre peformed “Stories and Songs of Latin America” in the 10th Avenue Square.
Thanks to all who joined us for our first season of free and low-cost programs on the High Line!
From walks and talks to family art workshops and performances, we strive to put together a calendar of events for all High Line visitors that are as unique and exciting as the High Line itself.
We are beginning to plan programs for next year, so please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions!
We’ve got a full calendar of programs planned for the fall, and now’s the time to sign up. Highlights include Yoga on the High Line with Nikki Costello, a workshop to build your own recycled railroad with the Children’s Museum of Art, talks with High Line VP of Horticulture and Operations Patrick Cullina and creator of the High Line’s first public art installation Spencer Finch, as well as walking tours every Sunday.
Children learned about pollinator plants with Andi, a High Line gardener, and then made butterfly magnets with the High Line’s favorite street artist Michael De Feo.
Architectural Historian Matt Postal led three of our weekly walking tours on the history and design of buildings surrounding the High Line. Matt will lead another walking tour on Sunday, November 1.
Friends of the High Line Executive Director Robert Hammond lectured on August 19 on “Starting the High Line” (pictured: a photo of early High Line preservationist Peter Obletz).
Bash the Trash performed and led a parade with musical instruments made of recycled materials.
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