Check Out The Live Music & Animals And Improving Your Health At The Fort

May 7, 2023

Just minutes from Harlem, join NYC Parks, the Fort Tryon Park Trust, and Pied Piper Children’s Theatre for their spring musical: The Addams Family!

Support local young talent and enjoy a unique outdoor theatrical experience.   

Pied Piper Children’s Theatre Presents: Selections from The Addams Family 

Sunday, May 7
3:00 p.m.  – 4:30  p.m.
Fort Tryon’s Dongan Lawn on Broadway

Bring a blanket to sit on. Special thanks to Con Ed for their support of cultural programming in the park. 

Join us at the 13th Annual Urban Wildlife Festival hosted by the Urban Park Rangers and the Fort Tryon Park Trust. Meet your wild neighbors, including skunks, turtles and opossums while participating in animal-themed relays and games.  Get up close and personal with live animals presented by Wildlife In Need of Rescue and Rehabilitation, climb the historic Water Tower and enjoy live music by band Hopalong Andrew! Fun for all ages. Rain or shine!

Fitness at the Fort! 
Saturday Morning Zumba: Starting May 13 @ 9 am 
Tuesday Night Zumba: Starting May 16 @ 6:30 pm
Wednesday Sunrise Tai Chi: Starting May 17 @ 6:30 am Wednesday Sunset Yoga:  Starting May 17 @ 6:45 pm 
Forest Fitness:  Ongoing: Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday

Make Fort Tryon Park your Green Gym!  This spring and summer we are offering Zumba, Tai Chi, Sunset Yoga and continuing our Forest Fitness programs.  Come enjoy getting fit “al fresco” and drink in the health benefits of nature immersion.  Space is limited, so pre-registration via Eventbrite is strongly recommended.  For location details and Eventbrite links visit our website here: 

Heal Yourself & Fort Tryon by Volunteering! 
*Broadway Beautification:  10 a.m. on the 2nd & 4th Saturdays at Broadway/Arden
*Sunday Stewardship:  10 a.m on the 3rd Sunday at Margaret Corbin Circle 

Fort Tryon Park needs your help to thrive.  Join our horticulture staff to improve the park’s ecology by participating in one of our upcoming volunteer days.  You’ll also garner health benefits by working with the earth and connecting with others.  Last week’s NY Times featured the U.S. Surgeon general’s advice to serve as a way to combat loneliness and foster connection. Read the article here.  Join us and help spread healing! 

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