Post Tagged with: "Hunts Point Riverside Park"

Education / Environment

Hunts Point celebrates Earth Day

Zera Megget, Wanda Suero and Vanessa Capistran (left to right) help spruce up Hunts Point Riverside Park.

The event, which kicked off at the Hunts Point Recreation Center, was a way for residents to give area parks, playgrounds and gardens some needed tender love and care.

Health / Parks

Hunts Point hustles for its health

Runners and walkers set off from Hunts Point Riverside Park on their three-mile jaunt. on Sept. 27

The eighth annual Hunts Point Hustle took place on Sept. 27, starting in Hunts Point Riverside Park and ending three miles later in Barretto Point Park.

Culture / Education

Rocking the Boat honors the Seegers

Musicians regaled the crowd at Seeger Fest at Hunts Point Riverside Park on July 19.

Local educational nonprofit Rocking the Boat organized a Saturday afternoon of music at the park next to the group’s campus, as part of Seeger Fest, a five-day music festival to honor the legacy of Pete and Toshi Seeger.

Parks

11th Annual Fish Parade highlights youth

PS 48's marching band at the 11th annual Fish Parade.

The 11th annual Hunts Point Fish Parade made its way through the streets of the peninsula to Barretto Point Park, kicking off summer on the peninsula.

Education / Environment

Boatbuilders throw a party

Program participants Freddy Moreira, Roberto Heredia, Corey Joseph, Carlos Dyan, Kavon Wilson and Abram Johnson carry one of three new boats to the river.

Rocking the Boat held a boat launching bash at its Edgewater Road campus on Dec.13 to celebrate the completion of a 12-foot semi-dory and two 14-foot fiddlehead canoes.

Art / Parks

Riverside campus gets a facelift

Patrons and artists at an opening at the House of Spoof on Nov. 2.

A Nov. 2 exhibition at the House of Spoof’s new space centered around El Dia de los Muertos.

News

A waterfront love motel for bugs

The Love Motel for Insects at The Point CDC's Riverside Campus appeals to bugs all night long.

They check in, then stay as long as they like A section of Hunts Point now glows at night – and not from neon signs. The latest addition on The Point CDC’s eco-friendly Riverside Campus along the Bronx River is a glow-in-the-dark sculpture that attracts insects and encourages plant growth. […]

Environment / Parks

Sandy blows through Hunts Point

The fishing pier at Hunts Point Riverside Park, post-Sandy.

Hurricane damage light, but some waterfront businesses hit While Superstorm Sandy forced 350,000 New Yorkers to temporarily evacuate their homes as it tore up the east coast on Monday, most residents and businesses in Hunts Point and Longwood escaped relatively unscathed. But a few businesses in the low-lying area near […]

Parks

Free Wi-Fi reaches Hunts Point park

Hunts Point Riverside Park has become the third park in the Bronx to offer free Wi-Fi service through a collaboration between AT&T and the city. Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., Assemblyman Marcos Crespo and Deputy Parks Commissioner Bob Garafola joined AT&T officials at a ceremony inaugurating the service on […]