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On October 27, 2011, Parks cut the ribbon on a new playground in Montbellier Park. The park is now renovated with new play...

The 2011 Annual Harvest Fair, cosponsered by the Parks Department, GreenThumb, Bronx Green-Up of The New York Botanical Garden...

On Septempter 15, 2011, Parks cut the ribbon on new improvements to Lillian Wald Playground. The improved ADA-accessible...

 

On August 23, 2011, Parks cut the ribbon on Windmuller Park. The newly renovated one-acre sitting plaza, featuring a new...

Parks cut the ribbon on newly renovated tennis courts at Astoria Park thanks to the American Express/USTA "Fresh Courts"...

In 1936, NYC Parks opened 11 pools within weeks of each other, changing New York forever and transforming the state of public...

 

The Urban Park Rangers help all New Yorkers discover New York City Outdoors. In addition to their regular duties, Rangers lead...

On July 21, 2011, Parks cut the ribbon on Drumgoole Tot Lot. Located within a Greenstreet and named for local children's...

On July 21, 2011, Parks cut the ribbon on two new tot lots on Staten Island, including the Silver Lake Tot Lot in Silver Lake...

 

On July 15, 2011, Staten Island's Midland Beach celebrated its first annual Food Truck Rally! Beach goers were treated to an...

On July 11, 2011, NYC Parks and the Department of Environmental Protection completed the restoration of Oakland Lake Park in...

On June 22, 2011, NYC Parks welcomed 15 of its specialty food vendors from around the boroughs to Central Park's Arsenal...

 

As the grand finale of "Make NYC Your Gym" Week, NYC Parks hosted the BeFitNYC Fitness Festival on June 12, 2011, in...

On June 10, 2011, NYC Parks cut the ribbon on a new playground at John Jay Park. As the photos show, this playground is an...

July 2, 2011 was a day of performance and celebration in Harlem as NYC Parks helped cut the ribbon on $7 million in...

 

Summer is here and it's time to hit the beach! Beaches are finally open for summer 2011!

A new exhibit featuring work from the late Sol LeWitt is now featured in City Hall Park. The artwork ranges from geometric,...

It's the season of street fairs! Local businesses rush to the streets to promote and sell goods as fairs pop up all over the...

 

Check out photos from the third annual free youth martial arts tournament, "Each One, Teach One.” The event featured...

Commissioner Adrian Benepe joined Queens Borough President Helen Marshall, City Council Member Ruben Wills, High School Cricket...

NYC Parks and the Walt Disney Company hosted the fourth annual Street Games at Thomas Jefferson Park! This event brings back...

 

BORDERS by Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir debuted on March 24 and will remain on display through September 30, 2011. The...

On February 26, 2011, NYC Parks held its inaugural celebration of girls' fitness as a part of National Girls and Women in...

Celebrate life in the snow and the winter season! The Nethermead in Prospect Park held this years Winter Jam for the first...

 

Heritage of Innovation, an exhibition of more than 30 artworks by 15 artists was on view at the Arsenal Gallery in Central Park...

Parks & Recreation's Directors of the Parks Academy trained Urban Park Service and Maintenance and Operations staff on how to...

The home to the City of New York's Parks & Recreation lights up to celebrate the holidays in the year 2010. The celebratory...

 

The 2010 ING New York City Marathon brought more than 40,000 participants to the streets of New York on Sunday, November 7....

On Saturday, September 25, New Yorkers flocked to Central Park for the 10th annual Chess-in-the-Parks tournament. People of all...

 

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