Port Outdoors will be on Middle/Lower Main Street. That means that Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic from Shore Road to Central Drive. See you from 5pm-10pm.
Residents Forward has served the Port Washington Community for over 50 years. This fall we’re bringing back a beloved event, Party in the Park (PITP). As always, Party in the Park will have live music, family fun, carnival games, yummy refreshments and a tour of local resources for raising families in our great town. Typically, […]
For students grades 1-12, this is an outdoors, hands-on environmental program Mondays at 4-5pm, begins October 4 for 10 weeks (weather permitting) Location: Climate Awareness Garden @ Schreiber Through gardening and other outdoor activities, elementary students will grow vegetables, address climate change and protect the environment, develop confidence and independence, and much more. Middle and […]
Meet at the Landmark parking lot to help hang crocheted "yarn arms," created by more than 60 local fiber artists to hug 50 trees in Port Washington in honor of Earth Month. The rain date is Sunday, March 27. Wear sturdy, comfortable shoes and dress appropriately for the weather. Advanced registration is strongly encouraged; please email email@example.com.
Town of North Hempstead, Nassau County, and NY State officials will join Residents Forward -- along with project director and fiber artist Allison White -- to announce and celebrate the installation of Yarn Arms Around Port. This project has brought together 60 Port residents to crochet granny squares and hands, which have become yarn arm "hugs" to be wrapped around 50 Port Washington trees for the month of April. Residents Forward will also announce the winners of its "I Love Trees" Video Contest--one of the environmental initiatives launched in conjunction with Yarn Arms Around Port. Join us!