If you are in the New York area on Saturday, April 26th, be sure to stop by the South Street Seaport to celebrate a Spring revival with the grand reopening of Pier 16 and the Street of Ships.
Capt. Jonathan Boulware, Interim President of the South Street Seaport Museum writes:
Please join us on April 26th as we take one in a series of steps to revitalize and grow this important institution: the grand re-opening of Pier 16 and the Street of Ships. A very special bell-ringing ceremony and remarks will be at 2pm, but please join us at any time from 12-5 that day. Board PEKING, PIONEER, W. O. DECKER, and AMBROSE.
Visit the Bowne shops at Water Street. Join Seaport staff, members, and volunteers who for decades have worked to preserve and fortify this special piece of old New York-the Street of Ships: Where New York Begins-and help to celebrate and kick off a season of celebration and preservation of not just maritime New York, but of New York itself.
See you on the 26th!