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Living Parks

What Makes a Park a Vibrant Space?
Former Central Park Conservancy Leader Tim Marshall to Discuss
‘Living Parks’ at D&R Greenway Land Trust

Come learn what New York’s Central Park, the Highline and our own Mercer Meadows have in common when Park Planning Expert Tim Marshall, who was involved in all three projects, talks about “Living Parks” on Thursday, December 7, 7 p.m., at D&R Greenway’s Johnson Education Center, 1 Preservation Place, Princeton. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.) Learn how historical park planning has responded to today’s demands. Tim Marshall has been involved with public space management for 30 years and formerly served as the Deputy Administrator and Vice President for New York City’s Central Park Conservancy.

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May 06

Greenway Gala

4-6pm
Johnson Education Center
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May 10

Twilight Fly Fishing 101

6 pm
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May 23

The Poetry of Nature: Cedar Ridge Preserve

10:30 am - Noon
Cedar Ridge Preserve
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