Open Space Dialogues:
Healthy City, Active Places
Join Us Wednesday, January 9
There are so many reasons why New York City neighborhoods need parks and open spaces. But making sure that parks are havens for active uses and physical recreation isn't easy.
This installment of the Open Space Dialogues explores the ways New Yorkers have, and want to, create opportunities for active recreation and health. Panelists will present and respond to examples from New York City's government, citywide nonprofits, and neighborhood groups.
Sheila Barksdale-Gordon & Dionne Grayman, Co-Founders, We Run Brownsville
Joanna Frank, President & CEO, Center for Active Design
Martin Maher, Brooklyn Commissioner, NYC Parks
Michael Schnall, Vice President, Government Relations & Community Investment, New York Road Runners
Mike Silverman, Director of Sports, City Parks Foundation
Jeff Coltin, Staff Reporter, City & State
And more to come...
Open Space Dialogues: Healthy City, Active Places
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Doors at 6:00 pm, Program 6:30 - 8:00 pm
New York Law School
185 West Broadway, New York NY 10013
Generously hosted by
New York Law School's
The Center for New York City Law and
The Impact Center for Public Interest Law
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