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We are a non profit organization in Tribeca. The mission of Tribeca Trust is to educate the public about Tribeca’s history and architectural heritage but also to create and enhance new public spaces and make Tribeca more walkable.
What if we had a new plaza in Tribeca? Come this Saturday and form your own opinion. We just received the NYC DOT permit for the event, so we would appreciate all promoting help that we can get!
Thank you, and below is the description of the event.
|Finn Square: West Bfoadway will be closed between Leonard and Franklin Streets, at the #1 Franklin Street Station
‘Plaza for a Day’ in Tribeca: kids classes and open space to play
On June 14, Tribeca’s Finn Square celebrates Plaza For a Day. 16,000 square feet bordered by Leonard , Franklin Streets and Varick Street–will be transformed into a public square, with free dance and yoga classes for kids (with parents), music, arts and crafts, free refreshments as well as choice food trucks, opera and bring your own musical instruments too.
Everyone is invited—organizers Tribeca Trust hope to raise awareness for the need for a permanent public plaza at this location, an idyllic spot of green and seating for neighbors far and wide to take a break and smell the flowers!
Plaza For the Day June 14th 10 a.m. to 5p.m.
Kids activities schedule:
10am to 11am – Lemonade and cookies from the Square Diner
11am and 1pm YO RE MI “Around the world” Join Yo Re Mi on a musical yoga adventure around the world, featuring fun dances, new and familiar songs about geography, travel, language, animals and more. Fun for the whole family! www.yoremikids.com
11:15 Chinese Cultural Center Chinese Dance performance
12am SING-ALONG WITH DAN COSTELLO – Grab a tambourine and join in the fun! Dan is a professional musician and the music teacher at TriBeCa Community School. www.yoremikids.com
1:30pm 1:30pm EVERYBODY DANCE NOW with teaching artists from Tribeca’s own BATTERY DANCE COMPANY! 2 workshops will take place simultaneously so that the whole family can take part! Children 6 – 12 will be taught by Mira Cook; Teens and Adults will be taught be Sean ScantleburyBDC’s Dancing to Connect teens and kids 6 to 14 https://www.batterydance.org/index.htm