The best fan pics from the pop-up park

Way back in the day, community engagement meant leaving a comment on a blog or Liking a Facebook page. 2010 is long gone, though, and 2011 is on its last legs. Here at Openhouse, we’re more about real-life engagement. Let’s call it experiential engagement. You take pictures of the park and we’re gonna feature your pictures on our blog, Facebook and Twitter. Once we start tumbling, you’ll tumbl with us. On top of the Web sharing, we’re rewarding guests who take great pictures or make funny observations with free Fatboy USA furniture. Check out some of the Park Here pictures from the first month of the pop-up park. To the future!

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"Feeling green!" Dave H. on Foursquare | @davehepp on Twitter.

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Solifestyle captures an owl at the park. @Solifestyle on Twitter.

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Solifestyle's shot of the great tree.

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A Fatboy is a great man trap. Solifestyle.

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Glenwood NYC, a real estate company. @GlenwoodNYC on Twitter.

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Glenwood NYC catches a late-morning set up.

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. Headdown 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.

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