The East River Promenade is still closed below Houston Street, though amenities in that closed stretch, such as more park benches, have been added since my last report. If you stay here for any length of time you will see many joggers and bikers disappointingly staring at this fence. There is no exit here, you need to go north four blocks to get out.
with the Lower East Side Ecology Center
Saturday June 5, 2010 5-8PM
East River Park Amphitheater
Tickets: $60 – $150
Activities for the whole family & silent auction
Master of Ceremonies Reverend Billy Talen
Live music by the Rude Mechanical Orchestra
Charlie Bayrer, Earth Matter NY, Inc.
Bill de Blasio, NYC Public Advocate
Jennifer London, Xoom
Kate Sinding, Natural Resources Defense Council
Celebration by the East River
will take place at the Amphitheater, located at the southernmost
part of East River Park, across the FDR Drive from Corlear’s Hook Park
at the intersection of Jackson and Cherry Streets.
In case of rain, Celebration by the East River will be at
Fontana’s, 105 Eldridge Street, and we will
announce the change of venue on our website.
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