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I'd Tap That: Staten Island's Untapped Resources

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

6:00 p.m.8:00 p.m.

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Staten Island Trivia Night with Jay Miller and Staten Island Arts

Step right up! Test your knowledge and discover something to “tap” on Staten Island. Three contestants at a time, culled from the audience, will be invited up to participate in “I’d Tap That,” a game show featuring Staten Island trivia. Questions fall into one of four categories, each representing an untapped resource that Staten Island has to offer: green space, culture, history, and real estate. Contestants will spin a wheel to choose a category; our captivating game-show host will reward each correct question with one point. First to three points wins a Staten Island-centric prize.

This event is free, but seating is limited. Please email to RSVP.

In conjunction with the exhibition Land Art Generator Initiative: Freshkills Park in the Arsenal Gallery, June 27 – August 30, 2013.

Location

Arsenal in Central Park Accessible
830 Fifth Avenue
Manhattan
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Cost

Free  

Event Organizer

Art & Antiquities

Contact Number

(212) 360-8163

Contact Email

artandantiquities@parks.nyc.org

Categories

Education, Art, Games

Directions to Central Park

Know Before You Go

There are currently 2 service interruptions affecting access within this park.

PlaygroundsEast 72nd St Playground

The East 72nd St Playground is closed for construction. It will reopen this summer. Central Park Conservancy is renovating the playground to improve its accessibility and connection to the park's landscape. Please visit the Central Park Conservancyfor more information.

ParkCentral Park

As of April 27, Central Park's Bow Bridge is closed to the public for structural work and a fresh coat of paint. The work is expected to last three to four months. Removing the old paint will require wrapping the bridge in a tent-like structure to prevent debris from falling into the water. Along with repainting, the work will include replacing the wooden decking, fixing several beams on the underside of the span, and reinforcing approaches at either end.
Anticipated Completion: Summer 2015

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