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New Activities Added at Kite Flight for Peace, FDR Four Freedoms Park, Sept. 22nd.

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New Activities Added at Kite Flight for Peace, FDR Four Freedoms Park, Sept. 22nd.
Photo courtesy of Four Freedoms Park Conservancy

Four Freedoms Park Conservancy adds new activities to round out the day during Kite Flight for Peace, a free event coordinated with International Peace Day and the United Nations General Assembly, from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 22nd.

Along with Archie Stewart's kite flying demonstrations (Registration recommended), FFPC adds two new activities to make your day in the park rewarding 

  • Storytime Sessions with the Roosevelt Island Branch Library
The Roosevelt Island branch Library will host storytime sessions at 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m., and 2:00 p.m.  
  • Letters of Gratitude
Share your messages of gratitude with Deployed Troops, Veterans, New Recruits & First Responders at our special letter writing station in partnership with Operation Gratitude.  
New Activities Added at Kite Flight for Peace, FDR Four Freedoms Park, Sept. 22nd.
Photo courtesy of Four Freedoms Park Conservancy
   
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