Go Fish!: Featuring The Crusty Gentlemen

Experience the thrill of catch-and-release fishing and discover the variety of marine life thriving in the Hudson River! Skilled anglers will be on hand to assist. Rods and bait provided or bring your own. All ages are welcome.

Join experienced anglers for catch-and-release fishing and learn about life in the Hudson River. Observe the day’s catch in aerated tanks and discover what you can do to steward the recovery of the Hudson. This event includes a project and bird watching.

CATCH-AND-RELEASE FISHING 10am-2pm: During Go Fish!, barbless hooks minimize injuries to both fish and participants. Fish are placed in saltwater tanks for observation and identification before being released back into the Hudson. Live demonstrations and displays teach fish anatomy and heighten awareness of the ecology, flourishing marine life and current state of good health of the Hudson River and its estuary. Rods, reels and bait are provided for those who don’t bring their own.

ART PROJECTS 11am-2pm: Learn about the public art in Wagner Park and participate in an art-making workshop. Create your own sound-making instrument with recycled materials.

BIRD WATCHING 11am: Search with an experienced birder for species that live in or migrate through BPC Parks. Binoculars available to borrow.

FAMILY PERFORMANCE 12pm: The Crusty Gentlemen – Born under the Brooklyn Bridge in 2010 and embodying the “crustiness” that comes from years of experience, this local bluegrass favorite plays tunes to keep your feet tapping and bait wiggling. With long experience within many facets of the music industry, the crust, and their pure hillbilly chaos, is a must!

Move Night: Ghostbusters

Enjoy this spooky classic on Friday the 13th and get ready to be slimed! Join your favorite, quirky band parapsychologists as they rid the Big Apple of ghosts, ghouls, and other paranormal phenomena. When there’s something strange, you know who to call…

DOCKAPPELLA

Join us for an autumn celebration of intricately woven harmonies along the Hudson River. Many of the finest college acapella groups in New York and beyond will showcase their pitch-perfect vocal renditions from a diverse variety of musical genres. Bring a blanket and a picnic lunch! Enjoy the music with New York Harbor and the Statue of Liberty as a backdrop!

Community Center at Stuyvesant High School Open House

A CCSHS Open House is scheduled for Saturday, September 23, from 1-6pm at the Community Center at Stuyvesant High School.

On that day, all facilities and classes at the CCSHS will be free for all members of the public. Come down and shoot some hoops, lift weights in the exercise room, swim a lap in the pool, or try out our Tai Chi, Core Fitness, Bounce Fit Cardio, or Total Boxing class; it’s all free!

Or simply come down and take a tour of the facilities and discover all the Community Center has to offer! Spin our prize wheel and get your own CCSHS shirt, water bottle, or bag!

Membership at the Community Center has never been cheaper, only $199 for adults and $79 for seniors, youths, and the military, it’s the best fitness offer you can find.

Those wishing to use the pool should bring their own locks, towels, and swimcaps, and others should dress in workout appropriate clothing and footwear.

345 Chambers St
NY, NY 10282
1pm – 6pm
FREE!

Class Schedule:

1-2pm Bounce Fit Cardio
2-3pm Tai Chi
3-4pm Core Fitness Flow
4-5pm Total Boxing Workout

Birds of Prey

Blue Moon Raptors is dedictated to rehabilitating injured and orphaned birds of prey in order to return them back to te wild as well as educatng the public about te important roles these animals play in local ecosystems. Come and listen to this informative talk and get an opportunity to meet some of their taloned friends.

Go Fish!: Featuring Key Wilde & Mr. Clarke

Experience the thrill of catch-and-release fishing and discover the variety of marine life thriving in the Hudson River! Skilled anglers will be on hand to assist. Rods and bait provided or bring your own. All ages are welcome.

Join experienced anglers for catch-and-release fishing and learn about life in the Hudson River. Observe the day’s catch in aerated tanks and discover what you can do to steward the recovery of the Hudson. This event includes a project and bird watching.

CATCH-AND-RELEASE FISHING 10am-2pm: During Go Fish!, barbless hooks minimize injuries to both fish and participants. Fish are placed in saltwater tanks for observation and identification before being released back into the Hudson. Live demonstrations and displays teach fish anatomy and heighten awareness of the ecology, flourishing marine life and current state of good health of the Hudson River and its estuary. Rods, reels and bait are provided for those who don’t bring their own.

ART PROJECTS 11am-2pm: Learn about the public art in Wagner Park and participate in an art-making workshop. Create your own sound-making instrument with recycled materials.

BIRD WATCHING 11am: Search with an experienced birder for species that live in or migrate through BPC Parks. Binoculars available to borrow.

FAMILY PERFORMANCE 12pm: Key Wilde & Mr. Clarke – Help us kick off the fall season with fishing, art & nature activities, plus a live performance by Grammy award-winning musician Dan Zanes & Friends. Dan will play many of his classic hits, along with tunes from his latest album Ha-Ha This Way, which celebrates the music of Lead Belly.

Movie Night: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Under the shining stars, enjoy a magical evening watching NYC transform into your favorite wizarding world. Set 70 years before the famous Harry Potter began his education at Hogwarts, this tale follows the adventures of another wizard and his remarkable collection of spectacular creatures. Don’t forget your wand!

Go Fish! Featuring Dan Zane & Friends

Experience the thrill of catch-and-release fishing and discover the variety of marine life thriving in the Hudson River! Skilled anglers will be on hand to assist. Rods and bait provided or bring your own. All ages are welcome.

Join experienced anglers for catch-and-release fishing and learn about life in the Hudson River. Observe the day’s catch in aerated tanks and discover what you can do to steward the recovery of the Hudson. This event includes a project and bird watching.

CATCH-AND-RELEASE FISHING 10am-2pm: During Go Fish!, barbless hooks minimize injuries to both fish and participants. Fish are placed in saltwater tanks for observation and identification before being released back into the Hudson. Live demonstrations and displays teach fish anatomy and heighten awareness of the ecology, flourishing marine life and current state of good health of the Hudson River and its estuary. Rods, reels and bait are provided for those who don’t bring their own. 

ART PROJECTS 11am-2pm: Learn about the public art in Wagner Park and participate in an art-making workshop. Create your own sound-making instrument with recycled materials.

BIRD WATCHING 11am: Search with an experienced birder for species that live in or migrate through BPC Parks. Binoculars available to borrow.

FAMILY PERFORMANCE 12pm: Dan Zane & Friends – Help us kick off the fall season with fishing, art & nature activities, plus a live performance by Grammy award-winning musician Dan Zanes & Friends. Dan will play many of his classic hits, along with tunes from his latest album Ha-Ha This Way, which celebrates the music of Lead Belly.

Ultimate Frisbee

The “Spirit of the Game” lives on in Battery Park City! Enjoy drop-in, organized games of Ultimate Frisbee at the BPC Ball Fields and learn why this is becoming a fast-growing sport all around the world.