What started as an illegal dumping ground is now an urban wildlife sanctuary & community gathering place, Please join Manhattan Wetlands & Wildlife, Conservancy North and your neighbors to help cleanup and restore the North Cove Tidal Wetlands in Inwood, NYC. Enjoy a talk on biodiversity and the estuary with EPA award winner James “Birdman” Cataldi, and hear from other experts in related fields. And much more….
Music / educational activities for youth starts around noon.
There will be lunch for all those who pitch in. Please arrive a little early. Sturdy shoes or boots and long sleeves recommended. Roll up your sleeves and make a difference in our community!
Saturday, September 27th, 10am-3pm
The 1st Harlem River – North Cove Live Music Festival follows our community clean event
(10am-3pm), featuring the best in local NYC jazz, rock n’ roll, latino sounds, & more…..
Cintrone Brothers, Clarence Spady, Sonido Cubano, Felipe Cuba, Seth Myers, Baron Perez – acoustic / electric, free admission, but-will pass-the-hat for donations. Food w a small donation.
Your tax deductible donations are needed to support our all-volunteer community grass roots projects inc. restoration, wildlife rehabilitation, youth education outreach, and nature / wildlife conservation efforts. (Family Friendly) Saturday, September 27th, 3pm-9:30pm
Special Guest Speaker Scheduled:
the special emissary for Chief Louis Chinalquay and the people of Buffalo River Dene Nation located in northwest Saskatchewan, Canada.
The events originally scheduled for Saturday 13th, due to rain forecast, are now rescheduled for Sept 27th. Sept 13th events are rescheduled due to rain forecast in aft….Manhattan Wetlands & Wildlife North Cove Events Notice – new date is now for Saturday, September 27th.
Hope to see you there. Birdman