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March 20, 2009

Blooming flowers in a park

Spring Is Awakening in New York City's Parks

On the first day of spring, Parks & Recreation reminds New Yorkers to take advantage of...

September 4, 2008

Paralympic Soccer Player

Parks Partners with U.S. Paralympics to Present Paralympic Sport Training Program

The eight-week soccer and track & field program at Thomas Jefferson Park in Manhattan began...

October 6, 2005

THOMAS JEFFERSON PARK TURNS 100 AND LOOKS TO THE FUTURE

On October 7, 1905, President of the Parks Board John J. Palls presided over the opening of...

June 27, 2005

ON YOUR MARK, GET SET…SWIM!

Decked out with inflatable palm trees, potted plants, and cheerfully painted aquatic-themed...

October 26, 2004

CITIGROUP AND PARKS & RECREATION FORM
POTENT PARTNERSHIP

In October 2003, Citigroup Inc. participated in the national volunteer project, "Make a...

March 18, 2004

AFTERSCHOOL STUDENTS CALL THE SHOTS

If you were the Commissioner of Parks & Recreation, what would you do? Every month, Parks...

December 9, 2003

VICTORY FIELD SCORES $1.5 MILLION RENOVATION

As the first flakes from this weekend’s massive snowstorm swirled down from the sky, Parks &...

December 5, 2003

HARLEM ADDS GREEN GEM TO ITS CROWN OF STATE-OF-ART FIELDS

Residents who border Thomas Jefferson Park in East Harlem used to refer to the park as a...

November 6, 2003

RUNNING FOR PARKS, PARKIES FOR RUNNING

The presence of runners has always been beneficial to parks, but this year, with ING’s new...

November 5, 2003

PARKIES PLAY KEY ROLE BEHIND THE SCENES AT NYC'S BIGGEST MARATHON

A record 34,662 participants ran in this year’s ING New York City Marathon, and the warm weather...

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