Greetings from StudioDave. Come to my ‘hood in the ‘wood (Inwood!) on Saturday afternoon, April 13, to celebrate the completion of RAPTOR Rising*, my 2012 NoMAA Creative Grant project. Make new friends, mingle with old friends, then lose friends fighting over the exquisite treats & libations compliments of Puppycat Enterprises. Or, just get there early before the chocolate pretzel shortage escalates…

>Bruce’s Garden/Isham Park  4/13/2013  noon-4pm

-No RSVP necessary/surprise me

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Happy Sunny Day, Dave


Subway: A-Express to last stop, 207/211th Street (25 min. from Columbus Circle). Exit at 211th Street, on the west side of Broadway. Head north up Broadway just past the building/storefronts on left side. Left onto alley/staircase into park, bearing right all the way up the stairs. At top of stairs and meandering concrete path, walk towards fenced-in area by Park Terrace East cul-de-sac.

Car: Bruce’s Garden/Isham Park is bordered by Broadway, Isham, Park Terrace West and the cul-de-sac of Park Terrace East. From West Side, take West Side HWY to Dyckman Exit. Turn left on Broadway, then left on Isham (if you’re low on lettuce, this is your chance to jump out of the car and fill-up your hemp totebags at the Farmer’s Market) and make first right on Park Terrace West. Enter park from the top of hill. Look for the gazebo/fenced-in garden area. From East Side, take Harlem River Drive North to Dyckman Exit. Turn right on Broadway, left on Isham, then first right onto Park Terrace West. Enter park at top of hill etc. Parking is tricky unless you have a motorcycle or a jet-pack. I recommend the Subway.

*Funded in part by a 2012 Creative Grant from the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance.The NoMAA Creative Grant program is made possible by the JP Morgan Chase foundation and the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation.

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