May in Washington Square Park is lively - with people and wildlife both floral and faunal. WSP Eco Projects has organized two walks in the park and you are invited.
The May 2 event in Washington Square Park has been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Saturday, May 2, 11 am - 1:30 pm
Join art educator and photographer Roberta Fineberg on a photo-journaling tour of the park. Use your smartphone and master the Camera+ and Diptic apps to read and capture landscape features and tell your story of the park. Early Birds tickets are still available!
Spring Nature Walk in Washington Square Park
Friday, May 8, 11 am - 12:15 pm
Dr. Leslie Day returns to observe all the wild things of the park -- trees, herbaceous perennials, birds, and mammals. For the geology buffs, we don't have the Hartland formations found in Pelham Bay Park or the Manhattan schist common to Central Park, but Washington Square Park has approximately 122,640 cubic feet of Tuckahoe marble. Can you guess where it is?!
Please note that 10% of ticket sales for the May 2 event will benefit WSP Eco Projects. The May 8 event is free but your suggested donation of $5 will help to offset WSP Eco Projects expenses. Thank you.