Access

Create new waterfront public open space by converting street ends into vest pocket parks that combine access, boat launches, and water transport hubs. Encourage boating on the river by adding capacity for boat launching and storage. Prioritize locations in close proximity to underserved areas.

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Events

Celebrate the Harlem River

All events are Free and open to the public

Children Learn About the River

From 10 am to 1 pm, Public school children will learn about riding in a canoe, important facts about the Harlem River’s history and future, and other lessons about water.

News

Harlem River Celebration

On Saturday, October 20, community groups have organized the 2012 Harlem River Festival – a Party on the River and the Land. Plans include a week of events leading up to the Festival and centering on the Bronx’ own New York State Park: Roberto Clemente State Park, which has docks providing access onto the water.

2012 Harlem River Festival

This year’s 2012 Harlem River Festival will be on the land and in the water. Plans include a week of events centering on the Bronx’ own New York State Park: Roberto Clemente State Park, which has docks providing access onto the water.

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