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Police Officer Moira Ann Smith Playground. Yesterday, image/editing/sookietex
The Madison Square Park playground was dedicated to NYPD Officer Moira Ann Smith on March 10, 2012. Officer Smith was one of the many officers and emergency responders who answered the call of duty and gave their lives to save others on September 11, 2001. As a member of the 13th Precinct, Officer Smith served Madison Square Park and the surrounding neighborhood
The Mad. Sq. Park Teaching Artist can be found in the Playground each Monday and Wednesday from June 1 — September 30 with free hands-on creative arts activities at 10am and 2pm. The EXPLORE! program is held on Thursday mornings with the Mad. Sq. Kids Teaching Artist. This program consists of self-guided activities organized by six themes: Art in the Park, Science and Nature, Playground Adventure, Stepping Through Time, Park Patrol, and Games. Reading Rangers series introduces children of all ages to literature through storytelling presented by a park dedicated partner each Tuesday and Friday from June 2 — September 29 at 10am
Madison Square Park this morning. Art installation, Fata Morgana by Teresita Fernández. image/editing/sookietex