2008 Events

The West 104th Street Garden hosts a number of events throughout the year for garden members and the community, including seasonal festivals, Mothers Day plant sale, potlucks and flea markets. We also host special events including the West Park Montessori's preschool graduation and Make Music NY. If you would like to inquire about hosting an event at the garden, please download our special events registration form (13Kb PDF) or contact us for details (events@west104garden.org)

2nd Annual Garden Winter Solstice Tea Party

The second annual Garden Winter Solstice Tea Party was held on Saturday, December 20 in the garden.

A group of approximately twenty-five hearty souls gathered for the celebration. Many pounds of canned goods were received on behalf of City Harvest through the event's Yes We Can Can drive as well as $93.61 for the garden cats via the Spare Change for Cats initiative.

Many thanks to all those who helped brighten the shortest day of the year.

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West 104th Street Community Garden Fall Festival

Saturday, October 25th
11am - 4pm
Rain date:
Sunday, October 26th
11am - 4pm

Kids Halloween games and parade - costumes
1pm - 3pm

The Garden hosted these activities:

Making Music NY: A Summer Solstice Celebration

On Saturday, June 21, West 104th Street Community Garden members and others experienced a day of free music in celebration of the Summer Solstice, part of the Make Music New York Festival. The annual program is a a wonderful community event, featuring a childrens program, jazz, and classical music.

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Children and their parents had an opportunity to work with classical musician Vita Wallace of Orfeo Duo who taught them how to make and play instruments in the garden.

Special thanks to our marvelous performers, each of whom were offered free supporting garden memberships:

JAZZ: The Rob Jacoby Quartet, with sax, guitar, base and drums.
JAZZ: Sam Salinger and friends
CLASSICAL: Royden Ringer woodwind duo

From our semiannual solstice celebrations to our flea market and the Twin Parks Montessori School Graduation, our garden is the site of a wide range of community events. Are you interested in hosting an event in our garden? Please call: Rolando Hudson, 212 865-6112, for information.