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April 25, 2001

HISTORIC HOUSES IN PRINT

An outstanding 9 of Parks' 19 historic houses are National Historic Landmarks of which there...

April 24, 2001

IT’S MY EARTH DAY TOO! PARKS CELEBRATES EARTH DAY IN MULTIPLE LOCATIONS

If initially it seemed odd to kids at the Belvedere Castle to celebrate the earth with...

April 19, 2001

SELECTED RANGER WALKS & TALKS FOR APRIL 2001

BRONX: Sunday, April 22: EARTH DAY. A day of music, games, and activities in honor of...

April 18, 2001

NRG REDUCES NON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION AND RESTORES FORESTS IN NORTHERN MANHATTAN

The Natural Resources Group (NRG) has received more than $2 million dollars from the New...

April 17, 2001

AN EGGSTRAVAGANT SUCCESS

The south forty acres of Central Park enjoyed an unprecedented turnout at Parks' 55th annual...

April 16, 2001

“THE PARKS, MONUMENTS & MALLS OF NEW YORK CITY” OPENS AT THE ARSENAL GALLERY

From now until May 11, Parkies are invited to enjoy the diverse works of 26 fine artists and...

April 13, 2001

RIBBON CUTTING EN FRANÇAIS

Thanks to $257,000 in requirements contracts from Mayor Rudolph (Eagle) Giuliani and...

April 12, 2001

PARKS’ BIGGEST TOURNAMENT IS A SPECTACLE OF TALENT

The Millenium Tournament is unique among Parks events. With 1,800 basketball players from 16...

April 5, 2001

NEW YORKERS CELEBRATE SCOTLAND IN CENTRAL PARK

In March of 1998, Congress designated April 6 Tartan Day, the anniversary of Scotland's...

April 3, 2001

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NINE NEW EMPLOYEES OF THE MONTH!

Brian (Oakman) Aucoin is Bronx's Employee of the Month for March. Oakman started at Parks...

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