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Washington Heights/Inwood Events
Tuesday, 17 August 2004
George Washington Bridge bicycle/walking path restrictions
Port Authority to Restrict George Washington Bridge Bicycling/Walking Path Hours

Citing security concerns and lack of resources, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey announced last week that, starting on Sunday, August 29, it will close the George Washington Bridge bicycling and walking path overnight:



September 3-Until Further Notice: Closed Midnight-6 am

To mitigate the effect of the closure, the Port Authority has asked bus companies operating out of the bridge bus terminal on the Manhattan side of the bridge to accommodate bicycles when the path is closed.


For questions or comments on this issue, you can reach the Port Authority at 800-221-9903 or www.panynj.gov/rfframe.HTM.

Posted by turnertourigny at 8:24 PM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 17 October 2004 9:32 PM EDT
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Sunday, 1 August 2004
8/7/04--continuing every Saturday
Inwood Greenmarket

Time: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
This new greenmarket in Inwood has a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, free-range organic meats, flowers and plants, baked goods, apples and cider, and much more! It's also a great place for the community to gather.

It will be important to show support the first few weeks to encourage the farmers to keep coming and also bring a good variety of products, so please help spread the word!
Location: Isham Street, between Seaman Avenue and Cooper Street.

Posted by turnertourigny at 4:20 PM EDT
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Wednesday, 30 June 2004
Coliseum Cinemas are back and open!!!
After a 2 year hiatus, much renovation....they are open....today 6/30/04

on 181st between Bennett Ave and Broadway.....currently showing Spiderman and Harry Potter...

prices are $9, $6 for kids/seniors'

$6 for matinees

hooray! we don't have to go downtown to see a movie.

if anyone goes, leave a comment here about the condition of the theaters....

i remember going before they closed....eeewwwww.

michelle

Posted by turnertourigny at 9:33 PM EDT
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Parents of 2 or more, or preparing to be Group
This group meets on the Bennett Park Lawn at 11:15AM on Mondays.

Bennett Park Ft. Washington Ave between 183 and 185th.


Posted by turnertourigny at 2:04 PM EDT
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Sunday, 27 June 2004
Cabrini Cafe now open
Saturdays and Sundays at the Cabrini Shrine during the summer and into the fall, weather permitting.

701 Ft. Washington Ave

Set at the southern-most gate under the trees.

Lunch food served

Posted by turnertourigny at 10:10 PM EDT
Updated: Sunday, 1 August 2004 3:58 PM EDT
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Volunteers Needed
The Volunteer Services Department at New York-Presbyterian Hospital is actively looking for people interested in offering their time to volunteer in the Adult or Pediatric Emergency Departments. To learn more about this program, please contact Josie Dominguez, Coordinator of the Volunteer Emergency Department program at 212-305-9345 or via email at JOD9034@nyp.org. For other New York-Presbyterian volunteer opportunities, contact the main Volunteer Services Department at 212-305-2542

Posted by turnertourigny at 10:06 PM EDT
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July 11, 2004
Burr's Days at Morris Jumel Mansion:

Morris-Jumel Mansion hosts a tour and highlights of Aaron Burr's brief brief but dramatic residence at the mansion.

11am-12pm
$5, $3 seniors, students and museum members
65 Jumel Terrace, one block east of St. Nicholas Ave

Posted by turnertourigny at 9:49 PM EDT
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July 8-31, 2004
Spanish Ironwork Exhibit

Remarkable objects made of forged iron form the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Godlen Age will be on display.

The exhibit will show off previously viewed and newly conserved works at the Hispanic Society of America
613 W. 155th St. and Broadway.

Call 212-926-2334 for hours

Posted by turnertourigny at 9:46 PM EDT
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July 4, 2004
Historic Talk and Tour
community Historian James Renner will lead a tour and discussion of the history of Bennett Park at noon.

Tour will be about the Battle of Fort Washington and the family of James Gordon Bennett.
Meet in Bennett Park on Fort Washington Ave between 183rd and 185th at the flag pole

Posted by turnertourigny at 9:39 PM EDT
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July 4, 2004
Coffee Bark
Free coffee and doughnuts for helpers and their best friends.
8:30-10am
at the Fort Tryon Dog run

info 1-877-512-9899

Posted by turnertourigny at 9:32 PM EDT
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