Greening the City is a festival focused on environmental awareness, urban beautification, and wellness. Click here to see the photos!
Free and open to the general public, Greening the City addresses environmentalism with a down-to-earth approach, providing New Yorkers of all ages with the opportunity to learn everyday ways to make eco-friendly choices that are fun and affordable.
It all happened as a part of the 11th Annual Fish Parade and Summer Festival on Saturday, June 21, 2014 from 12 to 5 PM, at Barretto Point Park in Hunts Point, the Bronx:
Cooking Demo with Rosalba Lopez Ramírez of the BLK Projek & Kelly St. Garden
Community Gardens: the Nuts and Bolts with Karen Washington
Paper Bead Jewelry Making with artist Rajeeyah Finnie-Myers
Make woven planters from recycled bottles with artist Jasmine Murrell
- Zumba classes with Harlem Wellness Center
- Greening the Future, a participatory performance by Grow Green Ambassadors, inviting community members to envision a greener tomorrow for their neighborhoods
- Coloring pages produced by Harlem Grown
- Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt
- Toy making for Toddlers
We hope to see you there! Check out the map below for directions to Barretto Point Park. You can catch the BX46 from Longwood Ave. (6 train) or Prospect Ave. (2 / 5 trains). You can also catch the Bronx Culture Trolley from any of the stops listed on the lower left, courtesy of the Bronx Council on the Arts!