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MLK Day Restoration of St. Nicholas Park!

January 13, 2018 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

St. Nicholas Park

St. Nicholas Ave & W. 135th Street
New York City, NY 10030

Contact :

Daniel Perez
(716) 397-3979
The Mission Continues will be doing some restoration the historic St. Nicholas Park on Martin Luther King Day!

Every year on Martin Luther King Day, The Mission Continues partners with the Student Conservation Association to help restore a cherished park. This year we will be at St. Nicholas Park!

St. Nicholas Park, created in 1895 and named after St. Nicholas the patron saint of Amsterdam, is the site of Alexander Hamilton's historic home"The Grange" and is designated as a National Memorial.

The Mission Continues will be going to help keep it beautiful! We will help to restore this historic green space by mulching, improving trails throughout the park, and combating invasive species to help maintain the park.

The Student Conservation Association will supply coffee, breakfast, and snacks as well as all project supplies.

Please REGISTER with Student Conservation Association HERE to complete the SCA's online waiver.

What To Wear :

Warm Clothes and your TMC Gear! Along with sturdy boots or shoes that you don’t mind getting wet or dirty. Bring extra layers.

What To Bring :

Bring a reusable water bottle

Parking :

A/B/C trains to 135th Street

Inclement Weather Plan :

The event will take place in any weather!