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Hello, from Linda Armyn at Bethpage Federal Credit Union

  Hello, I’m Linda Armyn, Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs at Bethpage Federal Credit Union. For the last 75 years, Bethpage has met the [Read More]

Community Safety Meeting

Right before the holidays Madison Square Park Conservancy and the Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership had a conversation to address public health and safety concerns in the [Read More]

Art21 Film Preview of Abigail DeVille’s “Light of Freedom”

Join us to preview the forthcoming Art21 short film featuring DeVille’s sculpture, on view in the Park through January 31, 2021. A discussion on documenting public [Read More]

Hello, from Marco Oppedisano at Eataly NYC Flatiron

  Hello, my name is Marco Oppedisano and I am the Store Director of Eataly NYC Flatiron. Ever since we opened our doors in August [Read More]

2020 Wildlife: A Cooper’s Hawk Hunt

Cooper’s Hawk (Accipiter cooperii)     It seems like not too long ago, spring was just beginning to sprout from the frozen winter earth. Now, [Read More]

More Puppies, More Space

Over the last eight months, our Mad. Sq. Dog community has grown and Jemmy’s Dog Run has had many new furry friends. The Conservancy has heard [Read More]

Meet the Trees: Southern Magnolia

The Southern Magnolia, Magnolia grandiflora is a beautiful evergreen tree native to the southern United States. It can be found natively east to South Carolina [Read More]

A Seminar: Meaning and Metaphor in the Statue of Liberty

Join Abigail DeVille whose newly-commissioned sculpture Light of Freedom was inspired by the arm and torch of the Statue of Liberty which were on view in Madison Square Park from [Read More]

Mad. Sq. Holiday: Virtual Tree Lighting Ceremony

    For the last 108 years, Madison Square Park has celebrated its annual Mad. Sq. Holiday tree lighting ceremony in the Park for all [Read More]

The Beat of the Yellow-bellied Sapsucker’s Drum

Click to listen: Your browser does not support the audio element.   The changing of our ash tree’s leaves marked the beginning of fall at [Read More]