On Saturday, January 28, we’re partnering up with The Nature Conservancy and artist Grace Markman for a morning of exploring the wonderful world of bird watching. From 10:30-11:30 am, children (18 months and older) will enjoy a reading of Feathers for Lunch and a chat about all the great birds you can find right here in New York City. The Nature Conservancy will also teach you how to make binoculars out of recycled materials. A day pass to Kids’ Birding Adventure at Park Here is only $5 and a portion of the proceeds go to The Nature Conservancy, which saves endangered land and rivers across the world. For more information about the conservancy, visit their site. Otherwise, come on down to the park Saturday Jan. 28!
Join more than 8,400 Openhouse fans on Facebook + Twitter and see the full Park Here lineup and join the member’s list at ParkHere.info. Head down to 201 Mulberry St. in Nolita for the free pop-up park. Park Here is open from noon to 8 pm daily. Mommy Mornings is open from 8:30 am-noon daily. Spring St. on the 6 train, Broadway-Lafayette on the B,D,F,M. If you’re interested in booking the park for pop ups or events, give us a ring at 212.334.0288 or email email@example.com.
Park Here is Openhouse Gallery’s pop-up park, a three-month pop-up collaboration with American Foliage, Fatboy USA, LAFCO/Santa Maria Novella, NewGrass, MagicMurals.com, Rolling Stone, Filled With Sweets, Hong Kong Street Cart, Intoxicating Confections, Lizzmonade, Mimi + Coco NY, Nolita Mart & Espresso Bar, Snap Food Truck, Stuffed Artisan Cannoli, The Jam Stand, YaYa Tea Garden, 100% GumDrop, Baby Bites, Bowery Babes, CassaDecor, House of Jem, Junior’s Fresh, A Singalong With Ryan, Stroller in the City, The Rockdoves, Yogi Beans, Streetwater, Terence Donovan, Puma Social, Nerd Nite, Tea By Tiffany, joao, and The Nature Conservancy.