As 2019 kicks off, soon enough the weather will change and the outside activities hindered by the winter season will become available once again. On Staten Island, we pride ourselves for our beautiful scenery, historic sites, and landmarks. City parks, museums, and landmark tours are only a few things on the long list of activities once the weather heats up. Historic Staten Island can be a great place to bring your family and spend time outdoors.
On Saturday, June 16th, Snug Harbor will be hosting the ‘Big Picnic’ event featuring games, crafts, live entertainment, food, and more.
On Saturday, October 21st, the ‘Staten Island Jazz Festival 30’ will be taking place at the Universal Temple of the Arts at Snug Harbor.
The event takes place at the Richmond Savings Foundation Tuscan Garden and showcases a full listing of honorees who have contributed to the local arts.
PrideFest 2017 begins today!
Pride Center of Staten Island’s annual celebration will highlight the rich diversity of our LGBTQ and allied community for the next nine days by featuring 11 events hosted at local businesses and community centers across the borough.
This short video is actually a trailer to a longer, silent video that Jirasiritham presented for a master class project for the Spitzer School of Architecture at CCNY. The film, titled “Exploring the Forgotten Borough,” takes the viewer on a bike tour of the North Shore.
We’ve all heard the rumors growing up. Some of us may have even gone on group excursions to check them out. I’m talking about those supposedly haunted Staten Island locations that dare to scare and cause the curious to become brave.
All throughout the summer, Snug Harbor has been running Farm Stand Fridays where, from 3pm to 6pm on Friday afternoons, you can pick up fresh vegetables, juicy fruits, and fresh-harvested honey from Snug Harbor’s Heritage Farm.