Join FHL on June 9 For Picnic at Hudson River Park: A "Track Heads" Get-Together

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Join FHL on June 9 For Picnic at Hudson River Park: A "Track Heads" Get-Together

On Wednesday, June 9, at 6:30 p.m., Friends of the High Line invites all interested supporters to its second "Track Heads" get-together: a picnic on the Christopher Street Pier, in Hudson River Park. Please RSVP

You may bring your own picnic dinner, or you may order a boxed dinner through FHL. All those that RSVP will receive an e-mail from FHL with directions to the picnic site and details about the boxed-dinner option.

The Christopher Street Pier is part of the Greenwich Village section of Hudson River Park, which opened in May 2003. Like the larger Hudson River Park, the reconstructed pier is a spectacular amenity for New York City – a place of great beauty with views of passing ships, the Statue of Liberty, and the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.

Special thanks go to Friends of Hudson River Park (FoHRP), our hosts for the evening. FoHRP has scheduled its own series of summer events, including a High Line/Hudson River Park walking tour on June 22.

View full schedule of FoHRP summer events.

About Track Heads: This series of informal get-togethers gives all people interested in the High Line project the chance to meet each other and FHL staff while enjoying the many cultural, recreational, and entertainment opportunities available in the High Line District.

About FoHRP: Friends of Hudson River Park (FoHRP) has been organized to support the development of Hudson River Park on Manhattan's West Side. Its mission is to provide private sector advocacy and financial support for a world-class park on the Hudson that will enrich the experiences of neighboring residents, serve as place of recreation and education for citizens from all parts of the City, and create a great urban waterfront from 59th Street south to the Battery. More information: