Badminton at the park!

January came in like a lion and will end like a lion. Snow lion with frozen eyes for eyes, frozen ears for ears and a traditional Siberian salve-laced cloth wrapped around all four paws to keep them warm. Even a well-prepped snow lion can’t escape winter, but you can. Escape winter and the snow lion by dipping into Openhouse Gallery’s Park Here at 201 Mulberry St. We specialize in moody, ice-cold beast avoidance, and nothing strikes fear in the heart of a snow lion like badminton. The translucent nets, racquets and shuttlecocks look scarily similar to the Irkutsk Oblast hunting tools.

Now we’re equipping the park with a badminton set. Pair badminton with plush custom-made grass, super tall ceilings, oversized beanbags, hammocks, blazing-fast WiFi, food vendors and the sound of chirping birds. You get spring and snow-lion safety. Starting Thursday, play badminton for free at Park Here.

Greg Spielberg | January 3 2011
greg@openhousegallery.org | 212.334.0288

Join more than 7,500 fans on Facebook + Twitter and see the full Park Here lineup featuring free concerts, wine tastings and a dozen local food vendors 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 info@openhousegallery.org.

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 Cannolis, 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 and Yogi Beans.

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