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Seasonal Programming Begins with Spring!

pipe Renegade Cabaret, June 2009. Photo by Marcin Wichary
 

As the weather heats up and evening light lingers, spring has become one of the High Line's most exciting seasons yet. After a long winter, it's truly invigorating to take in all the new grasses, flowers, and trees that have recently come into bloom. It's a sign that once again the outdoors are our playground.

Next week marks the beginning of our full seasonal programming on the High Line, filling the spring and summer months with activities for visitors of all ages. Introducing brand-new topics while bringing back favorites from last season, the park continues to celebrate its novelty as a public space within the neighborhood.

EnlargeAAA Stargazing, photo of the moon.

This Tuesday, our first program returns to the High Line: Stargazing with the Amateur Astronomers Association. Each Tuesday at dusk, celestial enthusiasts and evening visitors to the park a-like look towards the New York sky and find plants, stars, and even visible craters on the moon. Come see for yourself!

Programming through the spring and summer includes events surrounding nature, art, history, horticulture, family activities, and so much more!

Check back in to review upcoming High Line Events and Programming through the fall.

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