Posts Tagged ‘Town Square’

Go Green! Greenpoint Festival is Tomorrow

by GWAPP on

Town Square’s Go Green! Greepoint Festival is tomorrow! There will be so much to do and see (mostly in McCarren Park) from noon to 5pm. Get outside, meet your neighbors and see what living in Greenpoint is all about. GWAPP will have a table, so come say hello and learn more about our mission! Here’s… READ MORE

Go Green Greenpoint! Festival POSTPONED UNTIL 5/18 DUE TO RAIN

by GWAPP on

Next Saturday it’s time for Greenpoint to Go Green! Town Square will be holding it’s Fourth Annual Go Green Greenpoint Festival at the Abate Playground in McCarren Park. GWAPP will be there giving away 100 FREE trees, courtesy of our good friends at the New York Restoration Project. There’s only a few trees left, so… READ MORE

Register NOW for your Free Tree!

by Ryan Watson on

On May 11th from 1:00pm – 3:00pm at the Go Green! Greenpoint Festival in McCarren Park, GWAPP and Town Square are giving away 100 trees and you can Register Now to reserve your free tree! That’s right, absolutely and totally free! A huge thank you to New York Restoration Project (NYRP) for providing the trees.… READ MORE

We’re Giving Away 100 FREE Trees!!

by Ryan Watson on

Together with the New York Restoration Project (NYRP) and Town Square, GWAPP is very excited to announce that we’ll be giving away 100 free (yes free!) trees at the Go Green! Greenpoint Festival in McCarren Park on Saturday, May 11th from 9:00am to 11:00am. The vast majority of the trees are considered “subway friendly” reaching… READ MORE

Spring Has Sprung in McGolrick Park! Flowers and Fun Forthcoming!

by Holly Fairall on

Old man winter may be extending his stay a bit longer, but the perennials of McGolrick Park don’t seem to mind. The tiny daffodil and tulip sprouts throughout the park are a welcome sight and a wonderful reminder of the McGolrick Park’s beauty when in full bloom. As many residents of the McGolrick Park area… READ MORE

Dog vs. Baby Battle Averted at Friends of Transmitter Park Meeting

by Heather Van De Mark on

The Friends of Transmitter Park (FOTP) meeting last night at Red Star Bar was hyped by some media outlets as an epic turf war between dogs and babies finally coming to a head. It was anything but. The first FOTP meeting was a friendly, well-organized meet-your-neighbor round table of open discussion. Recap of the First… READ MORE

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