“Not About the Birds or the Bees: A Walking History Through Central Park”
Tuesday, December 1 | 1:00 PM
Meeting Place: Central Park Entrance on 72nd St and 5th Ave, Southwest Side
Stanley Zucker has had a life-long interest and love of Central Park and over the past 15 or so years, has made about a dozen films about the park for the Central Park Conservancy. Stanley has a deep well of knowledge about Central park… And the city.
Our tour guide will discuss the design and history of Central Park and take about two hours. It will include a lot of walking. Everyone should dress for the weather, wear comfortable walking shoes, and bring a water bottle.
Given the current Covid realities, the tour is limited to ten people. If there is a demand for more than that, we would be happy to do this twice on different days. Everyone will need to complete a health screening form (that we will send via email) 24 hours before the event. Everyone will be required to wear masks the entire time and observe social distancing. There can be no food at all on the tour.
“Based on CDC and DOH guidance, anyone considered at high-risk for an adverse reaction to COVID, due to age or health status should not attend in-person events on or offsite at or connected to Temple Emanu-El of New York City.”