Central Park

| 06 Apr 2015 | 03:22

What’s Happening in Central Park

Take any pictures of the recent blooms in Central Park? Send us your best ‘first signs of spring’ photos in the coming weeks and we’ll post our favorites here and on www.facebook.com/centralpark.

Things are all abuzz at the Central Park Zoo. Stop by to see some of the new and familiar faces, and also check out “Rio the 4D experience” at the zoo’s theater. www.centralparkzoo.com.

Birding Bob hosts birding walks each weekend where you can birdwatch and at the same time enjoy visiting many of Central Park’s most famous landmarks. Try one out on Saturday & Sunday mornings. More info and signup at www.birdingbob.com.

Coming Up This Week

Concern Spring RunSaturday 4/11 at 9:00am

Concern is looking for runners, walkers, and volunteers for a 4 mile fun run through Central Park!

Where: Enter Park at 102nd and Fifth Avenue, walk to east Drive


Jack and the Beanstalk Marionette TheaterA fresh retelling of the classic English Fairtytale takes Jack on an enchanting adventure up a magical beanstalk. Reservations required.

Tues - Fri: 10:30am & 12pm

Wed: 10:30am, 12pm & 2:30pm

Sat-Sun: 1pm

Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater


Biking and Walking Tours of Central ParkExperience the lesser known and often missed parts of Central Park!

Daily guided tours starting at 9am


Where in Central Park?

Do you know where in Central Park this photo was taken? To submit your answer, go to centralpark.com/where-in-central-park. The answers and names of the people who guessed right will appear in next week’s paper and online.

Last week’s answer

Located just north of the Conservatory Water at East 74th Street, Alice in Wonderland stands eleven feet tall in bronze, surrounded by the Mad Hatter, the White Rabbit and a few of her other friends. Congratulations to Henry Bottjer, Marisa Lohse, Ravi Rozdon, Robyn Roth-Moise, Bill Ferrarini, Peter Denicola and Gregory Holman for answering correctly!