NY4P Newsletter, February 2018

NY4P: Boro x Boro

Don't let the chilly temperatures fool you - spring is coming! And with it comes New Yorkers for Parks' annual Boro x Boro meetings. Join NY4P as we convene community groups, open space advocates, and other New Yorkers who are passionate about parks.

This year, each borough meeting will focus on turning ideas about improving our parks into action steps we can all feasibly attain, and will end with plenty of time for networking. Get to know each other, share lessons learned, and maybe even identify where you can combine your efforts for maximum impact!  

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2018 Daffodil BreakfastJoin us at the 2018 Daffodil Breakfast, Tuesday, April 24
A springtime tradition since 2002, the Daffodil Breakfast celebrates the groups and individuals whose dedication to their neighborhood exemplifies the Daffodil Project's spirit. The Breakfast helps to fund NY4P's work through the Daffodil Project. This year, celebrate with us at a new venue overlooking New York Harbor. Purchase your tickets»

Dedicate a Daffodil for Valentine's DayDedicate a Daffodil for V-Day 
Chocolates? Predictable. Red roses? Passé. Share your love of NYC with your Valentine and dedicate a daffodil. Your gift will help fund NY4P's Daffodil Projecct, and your loved one will recieve a certificate commemorating your support of communities across the city in their honor. You have until February 14th by 5pm to receive an electronic certificate via email in time for Valentine's DayDedicate a daffodil today»

Brookfield Winter BiergartenLocal Beers to Support Local Parks - Join Us!
Want an escape from the winter cold? Join NY4P at the Brookfield Place Winter Biergarten for the Best Brews of NYC: 5 Borough Challenge. On Thursdays from February 22 - March 15 you can try local brews from all 5 boroughs. And the best part? All beer sales benefit NY4P! 5 boroughs,15 breweries - you choose the winner! Learn more»

NY City CouncilNew City Council Committee on Parks and Recreation
The New York City Council has a new Committee on Parks and Recreation. Lead by committee chair Barry Grodenchick, the 11 committee members wield large influence on priorities and funding for NYC Parks over the next four years. Learn more about the committee and its members»

Other Events and Resources

Partnerships for Parks

New York Restoration Project 


Natural Areas Conservancy

Waterfront Alliance 

Transportation Alternatives