With support from Roberta’s, Union Pool and FADER magazine, this will be an awesome day of music, sunshine, and drink specials … all to help keep arts programming in NYC public schools.


Step Right Up is an Arts for All program that works to create original productions of theater, dance, music and art in New York City public schools. It was created by Bonnie Pipkin, Anjali Suneja and Mary Meyer in the fall of 2007. With their students at PS 15 in the Lower East Side and The Green School in Bushwick, they've created five original productions to date. Programming begins back up in the fall and productions for both schools are scheduled for December. The money raised at this event helps to continue this opportunity for them.

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  • Bru

    I am a HUGE advocate of using lawn space to grow food inaetsd. Good for you!! Upkeep on a mini orchard will still be work (maybe even more so than a lawn) but all that work gives you ten times more. Where we have lawn (for our kids to play) is about 50% clover. We edge all our side walks with marigold (repels mosquitos) and swiss chard (great asefbbbf a spinach substitute). Our flower beds are all herbs and edible flowers. Anything not eaten by us is taken care of by the chickens.

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