UPCOMING EVENTS

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EMERGING NOW!

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RESERVE THE GAZEBO

Have your next party in the park

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OUR LITTLE FREE LIBRARY

There’s a new Little Free Library in town, and it’s inside our park! Borrow a book; donate a book. All reading levels are welcomed.

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Should you see an opportunity for improvement within the park, please email us.

News

 

After the Big Snow, It Was All Downhill in Tribeca’s Washington Market Park

Tribeca Trib – January 25, 2016

Faces in the Crowd: Washington Market Park’s Halloween Extravaganza

Tribeca Trib – October 26, 2015

Carved Pumpkin Contest

Tribeca Citizen – October 25, 2015

From Dump to Jewel: How Washington Market Park Took Root in Tribeca

Tribeca Trib – July 22, 2015
written by Kathryn Freed

Gardener Richie Spring 2015

The Man Who Helps Make Washington Market Park Awash in Color!


Tribeca Trib – May 19, 2015

written by Monica Forrestall

 

Lawn Closures

posted April 2015
We understand the community enjoys using this lawn as an active playspace, and so do we!

From late April until early June, the lawn will be closed for its annual sodding. This summer, Parks Gardener Richie will have the park lawn open the majority of the time. However, he will need to limit access to the lawn when conditions are soggy and the grass is most susceptible to damage, in hopes the lawn will remain green throughout the summer and fall.

When raining or in soggy conditions, the lawn will be closed. When the lawn dries a bit, it will be reopened.

Thank you for your understanding.

The Friends of Washingotn Market Park

 

Compost collection has come to Tribeca

GrowNYC is running a pilot program to expand current food scrap collections from NYC households at select Greenmarkets.  This means you and your Tribeca neighbors can bring your food scraps to the Tribeca Greenmarket every Saturday between 8am and 1pm.

What types of food scraps are usable in compost? Accepted materials include fruit and vegetable scraps, non-greasy food scraps (rice, pasta, bread, cereal etc.), coffee grounds and filters, tea bags, egg and nut shells, pits, cut or dried flowers, houseplants and potting soil.

Food scraps dropped at the Tribeca Greenmarket will be composted into a soil additive that will nourish street trees, gardens and more — instead of wasting away in landfills. Please consider participating and spreading the word! Visit www.grownyc.org/compost to learn more.