Tulips

Bring your cameras. Bring your kids to the West Side Community Garden located between 89 and 90 Streets and Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues to its traditional Annual Tulip Festival on Saturday April 26 and Sunday April 27.  Free Admission.

Wall-to-wall tulips and spring flowering bulbs, cherry and magnolias in full bloom cover this unique community garden’s gem-like space on the Upper West Side of Manhattan . Open daily from 9AM to 7PM.  The Garden welcomes the entire family and is wheelchair accessible. The main entrance is mid block on West 89th street., between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenue.

Getting there:
Subway: C Train to  86th  Street and Central Park West or  #1,2, or 3  Train to 86th Street and Broadway
Bus: M11 or M7 to West 89th Street

Tulips

The West Side Community Garden’s 22nd Annual Tulip Planting is 10 am- 5 pm, Saturday November 16 and Sunday November 17 . Come for an hour or come for the day, bring along your friends – everyone is welcome. Gloves and trowels  provided. The garden is mid block between 89th and 90th Streets between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues. (135 West 89th Street) New York City, 10025. For more information, call Jackie at 917-414-1950, or if you want to bring food or volunteer for helping with sign in sheets/organization call Mira at 212 875 0632.

Arts and Crafts

September 21-22 10am to 5pm

Live Music – Poetry – Romance Novel Readings

Crafts and Artwork from Westside artist for sale.

Saturday Program:

Children’s Crafts 11am – 12:30am
Amazing Danny The Clowns Magic Show 1pm-2pm
“Illumidata” Latin Folk Guitar and Singalong 3pm-4pm

Sunday Program:

New York String Society Concert 12pm-1pm
Readings and Booksigning: Poetry and excerpts from new romance novels, read by local poets and members of the New York Chapter of Romance Writers of America. Currently scheduled:  Cathy Greenfeder, author of Sacred Fires; Karen Cino, author of Circle of Friends. 2pm-4pm

Charles Tolliver Publicity PHOTO

Our last concert of the season features Jazz artist Charles Tolliver with his quintet consisting of Trumpet, Guitar, Piano, Bass, and Drums. This is an all-star band with great music! Come and bring a jazz fan friend.

Music in the Garden

What:                  Free open-air concert in our garden amphitheater; one hour long

When:                 Sunday, July 21, 6:00 pm

Who:                   CHARLES TOLLIVER Jazz Quintet

Where:                West Side Community Garden, 89th Street between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues, Manhattan

Getting there:      #1 subway to 86th Street and Broadway, B or D subway to 86th Street and Central Park West

All concerts are free and open to the public; children, adults and seniors welcome.

Come experience the jewel of the Upper West Side with a free music concert. Refreshments are available for purchase, or you may bring your own picnic.

For more info:
Please call 212-866-2204

http://www.westsidecommunitygarden.org/

Michael Walz Publicity PHOTO

Our summer fun continues with an authentic Brazilian band, the Michael Walz Group, with fellow musicians Porthino (Drums) Oleg Osenkov, (Double Bass), and Klaus Mueller (Piano)

Music in the Garden

What:                  Free open-air concert in our garden amphitheater; one hour long

When:                 Sunday, July 14, 6:00 pm

Who:                  Michael Walz Group (Brazilian music ensemble)

Where:                West Side Community Garden, 89th Street between Amsterdam and Columbus Avenues, Manhattan

Getting there:      #1 subway to 86th Street and Broadway, B or D subway to 86th Street and Central Park West

All concerts are free and open to the public; children, adults and seniors welcome.

Come experience the jewel of the Upper West Side with a free music concert. Refreshments are available for purchase, or you may bring your own picnic.

For more info:
Please call 212-866-2204

http://www.westsidecommunitygarden.org/

 

Charles Weaver Publicity PHOTO

Our summer fun continues with the third concert of the season!
MUSIC IN THE GARDEN
What:                  Free open-air concert in our garden amphitheater; one hour long
When:                 Sunday, July 7, 6:00 pm
Who:                   Charles Weaver, Baroque Guitarist
Where:               West Side Community Garden, 89th Street between Amsterdam and Columbus
                                   Avenues, Manhattan
Getting there:      #1 subway to 86th Street and Broadway, B or C subway to 86th Street
                                 and Central Park West 
All concerts are free and open to the public; children, adults and seniors welcome.
Come see the jewel of the Upper West Side with a free music concert. Refreshments
are available for purchase, or you may bring your own picnic.

For more info:

Please call 212-866-2204

http://www.westsidecommunitygarden.org/