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TAI CHI CLASSES:
Every Friday with Kristen Dolan-Murphy at 1 PM.
Every Saturday with Bob Murphy at 4pm.
Admission is $12/$10 for members.
MEDITATION CLASSES with Thupten Phuntsok every Saturday in September:
Admission is $12/$10 for members.
FILM SCREENINGS Sundays at 3:00 PM:
September 7th: Shining Spirit and Asian Corridor In Heaven: The Road To
September 14th: Buddha's Painter
September 21st: Shining Spirit and Asian Corridor In Heaven: The Road To
September 28th: Buddha's Painter
October 5th: Summer Pasture
October 12th: Yartsa Rinpoche - Precious Caterpillar
October 19th: Summer Pasture
October 26th: Yartsa Rinpoche - Precious Caterpillar
The Museum is located at 338 Lighthouse Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10306.
The Museum's hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM.
Admission is $6 Adults, $4 Students and Seniors. Use can use the MTA's
TripPlanner to plan your visit to the museum by bus, subway, and train.
For more information, they can check out our website at:
Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art
338 Lighthouse Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10306
Phone (718) 987-3500
E-mail Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 1:00 - 5:00 PM
Admission: $6 Adults, $4 Students & Seniors
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Great place for veggies!
Exciting to see this garden grow!
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They have a site by the river where the compost is made in big square vessels
Congratulations Green Generations!!!
Great shopping here with health bucks - thank you to all the farmers too!
You will be transported to a tranquil forest. It really is paradise
When we explored this garden with longtime member JK Canepa on the 2012 Adapting to Change tour, we learned more about the stormwater catchmen bioswale and other permaculture principles at work in this garden. Although there were some losses from Superstorm Sandy, the garden is definitely wonderful to visit (and you may see turtles, rabbits and chickens living there, too!
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Gee, my comment (and a repeat) are listed as "Anonymous." Anyone who knows me, also knows rather well, that "Anonymous' is neither on of my names and/or my personality! Joe Fanning - 40 Arlington- later on North Arlington, then Glen Ridge, now New London, NH.
A tid bit about Arlington Ave is that despite being the FIRST house on the East side - it was # 40 (corner of Bayview). as a kid, me, my siblings and cousins (grew up at 42) could never figure out about "what happened to the other 39 homes."
A tid bit about Arlington Ave is that despite being the FIRST house on the East side - it was # 40 (corner of Bayview). as a kid, me, my siblings and cousins (re up at 42) could never figure out about "what happened to the other 39 homes."
Grew up on Arlington Ave at Bayview. Thus, Skinner was *my* park for a good 15 years. Of course, always thought the Bayside Park was a 'real big' park and, definitely, that THE Lincoln Park was the all time ultimate. Nevertheless, walked, biked, skated, sledded down Wilkinson to Skinner a zillion and one times. Though now living in rural NH still head back to JC around Christmas time to see the area and visit our grammar school (St. Pat's) at THE Junction for a concert. My spouse is from Union St "across the Blvd." Thus, while we can speak about numerous things we constantly recall. However, Skinner is MINE, whereas we can *only* mutually converse really about the Arlington Park since it was so close to the school.
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It's great to go wlakng down there now, like a little nature reserve.
Location is wrong.
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Love my sunday mornings here!
Eco Villages have great depth and character
My favorite place in the city.
Great place for fruits and veggies!
This used to be my garden!
The Brooklyn Winter Flea located in the Williamsburg Bank is open Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-5pm
The OWS Bike Coalition will also be participating and sharing their knowledge of bicycle maintenance! They will have tools and can help you fix your bike!
A great place to buy a used bicycle- get in shape while helping the planet!
Where are the bins located?
No garden is a dead end! something wonderful is being cultivated all the time. This one's by a waterfall too!
Thank you - we moved it a block west. NYC says:
Located at DSNY fuel yard at 605 West 30th Street at 12th Avenue, adjacent to the DSNY Manhattan District 6 garage. Enter on 12th Avenue, across from the Air Pegasus V.I.P. Heliport.
Wrong location on map! Should be moved up to Chelsea.
This is a great secret! I love it here!
Solar energy works well for us!
Fair trade fashion - fabulous!
Designed by Dattner Architects, this project met LEED-CI Platinum.
Zwicker Electric installed a 50 kW PV system in October 2006.
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