The Audubon Park Historic District is not just an architecturally significant group of buildings frozen in time, but also a vibrant community with opportunities for residents to participate in neighborhood activities, particularly through the Riverside Oval Association (ROA). Among other activities, ROA volunteers care for the “oval,” a distinctive landmark at the intersection of Riverside Drive and 156th Street. Officially named the Charles and Murray Gordon Memorial Park, the “oval” is the centerpiece of the Audubon Park Historic District, a reminder of the elms, oaks, and pines that once covered the hillside above Audubon’s house and a source of changing colors and textures year-round.
Riverside Oval: It’s My Park Day in Audubon Park, New York
Come kick off the gardening season !
It’s My Park Day
Saturday, May 21, 9.30am – 1pm
Riverside Oval and Medians
(between 155th and 157th Streets)
Gloves, plants, and tools are provided, the only thing to add is YOU.
For more information:
contact Vivian Ducat at firstname.lastname@example.org or (917) 301-1120.