8th Annual Stan Michels Memorial Jazz Concert

Saturday, July 30, 2016

12:30 p.m.3:30 p.m.

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Join the Fort Tryon Park Trust, NYC Parks, and the Michels family in honoring the late Council Member Stan Michels at the eighth annual Memorial Jazz Concert. Enjoy live jazz by local impresario Marjorie Eliot and her ensemble underneath the majestic elms on the promenade, alongside the beautiful Heather Garden and overlooking the Hudson River.

Stan Michels represented Northern Manhattan in the City Council for 24 years from 1978 through 2001. He was chair of the Committee on Environmental Protection, and his legislative record was notable for his work fighting on behalf of tenants for the expansion of the city’s recycling program, for the protection of our water supply and cleaner air, and against childhood lead poisoning, smoking in public places, and unreasonable noise. He was also a steadfast advocate for parks, allocating over $50 million for park improvements in Washington Heights, Inwood, and Harlem, including virtually every playground in his district. The promenade where this concert is being held was named in his honor shortly before he passed away on August 1, 2008.

We hope you can be with us to remember Stan on the eighth anniversary of his passing.

This program will be accessible to people with disabilities.

Rain Location: Fort Washington Collegiate Church Fellowship Hall located at 729 West 181st Street at Fort Washington Avenue.

Location

Stan Michels Promenade in Fort Tryon Park Accessible
Manhattan
Directions to this location
Location Details:
Enter Fort Tryon Park at Margaret Corbin Plaza at the north end of Fort Washington Avenue.

Cost

Free  

Event Organizer

Northern Manhattan Parks, Fort Tryon Park Trust

Contact Number

(212) 795-1388

Contact Email

info@FortTryonParkTrust.org

Categories

Concerts, Free Summer Concerts

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