Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Central Park, Manhattan's Jewel

I never feel bored in Central Park. It's a year long feast of seasons and their changes, the snow, rain, wind, sunshine, night, blossoms, critters, everything inside the park is a treat. I like getting caught in wicked rain, go under cover and watch the nature show.

This past Saturday, at Bohemian Hall the Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts celebrated Yorkville with a panel of neighborhood old timers, amazing historic lectures about the neighborhood, and the best marionette show I've ever seen and finally, a buffet lunch, a huge delicious spread supplied by the best food spots in Yorkville. It cost only $20 for non-members, and $10 for members, it was a blast!

If they ever do it again, fly there. Thank you, Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts for a wonderful event.



Bethesda Fountain 2015

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BF Nov 2015

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