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Thursday, September 8, 2016

Governors Island

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Ease those end of summer blues with a fun-filled escape to Governors Island! Enjoy the first glimpses of Fall by taking a stroll through the North Island’s historic district, wave at the Statue of Liberty from the Hills, and check out one of the many art exhibits open this weekend. Only three more weekends to catch us before we close for the season on September 25!


Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays
11am-5pm, through Sept. 18 

Explore textile work by graduates of American and European art and design schools at TALENT! The ongoing exhibition is part of New York Textile Month, a New School and Cooper Hewitt initiative celebrating global textile creativity and innovation with events held throughout NYC. MORE INFO


through Sept. 25
Imagine a Governors Island where you could work, learn, and play 365 days a year. What would you do? Think outside the box! Share your vision at the #GovIsland365 Cube located at Soissons Landing and take our survey: 

A Day of Love & Healing

Sept. 10 at 11am
Come and raise the vibration. A Day of Love and Healing, a gathering for yoga, meditation, crafts and more, was created to spread love and wellness.  All teachers, healers and artists are donating their services, and donations will be collected for, and
Learn more and pre-register for activities here.

Michael Richards: Winged

Fridays-Sundays through Sept. 25
Don’t miss your chance to see what the New York Times calls “the most moving art show of the summer”, celebrating the life of the late Michael Richards. Winged features sculptures and drawings surrounding themes of aviation, flight and social injustice, as well as documentation and ephemera of his art and life, most of which has not been on public view for over 15 years 

Check out many more upcoming events and exhibitions at

2016 Ferry Schedule
Don't miss the boat! Check the Brooklyn and Manhattan ferry times.
Bike, play, eat, learn, discover... Plan your visit here.
From gardening to welcoming guests, there are many ways to lend a hand!