The transformation of the Lasker Rink and Pool site on the Harlem Meer is the largest project ever undertaken by the Central Park Conservancy. It represents the culmination of the Conservancy’s work to re-establish the Park’s north end as a vital resource for the surrounding community. When complete, the fully accessible Harlem Meer Center will offer new and enhanced outdoor activities and provide unhindered access across the north end of the Park—both by reconnecting the watercourse that travels through the Ravine, allowing it to run unobstructed from the Pool into the Meer, and re-establishing the pedestrian path that was once alongside it.
This project is under construction; all participants must wear boots or closed-toe shoes suitable for a construction site. Note that site conditions may be muddy. Hard hats and vests will be provided.
Reception to follow at the Dana Center in Central Park 7:30-8:30
Registration required, capacity is limited.
1 CEU (approved)
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