Celebrating 50 Years - Albert's Garden

Albert's Garden

16 E 2nd St (in the East Village)
between Bowery and 2nd ave
New York, NY 10003

Celebrating 50 Years!

Please join us as we celebrate the enduring legacy of Albert’s Garden, a most unique community garden “planted” in the heart of the East Village.

Over the course of a half-century, Albert's has become a mature, canopied oasis and a beloved community landmark. Graced with a variety of plants, ferns, a redbud tree, flowers, a small pond holding several gold fish and a fierce crow painted by the celebrated Belgian artist ROA, our garden has welcomed many visitors of all ages and nations, as well as animals, birds, butterflies and other living creatures.

The gate will open at noon, and you can enjoy light refreshments, displays, music, raffles, a silent auction and other entertainment throughout the day.

At 2:00 p.m., we will honor founders, volunteer members and supporters who have helped keep Albert's alive for five decades, serving our neighborhood, our City, and all visitors who relish the serenity and peacefulness of such a welcoming and much needed green space. 

SUBWAY and BUS: Closest to the 2nd Ave stop on the F train, and close to the 6, B, D, N and R trains. The M15 and M14A buses stop nearby as well. (You may use the MTA’s Trip Planner for exact directions.)

Sunday, 12 September, 2021

Contact:

Constance Barrett

Phone: 212-475-3069
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

Free, donations to the garden welcome

Save this Event:

iCalendar
Google Calendar
Yahoo! Calendar
Windows Live Calendar

Share this Event:


More...

Categories:

Comments powered by Disqus