Spring has finally sprung!
It's time to get excited for a bit of greenery and color! Today, our landscaping company, A. Bulfamante Landscaping, is planting some colorful flowers and cleaning up our Broadway Mall urns and area planters. Despite this unseasonably cold weather, the tulips in our Broadway Malls have already begun to poke out of the soil. In the coming weeks, our neighborhood crabapple trees will bloom and there will be attractive springtime plants in our green spaces. We hope you enjoy our spring gardens! Thanks so much to all of our annual supporters


Big Umbrella Festival 2018
Coming to Lincoln Center in April of 2018, the Big Umbrella Festival is the world's first month-long festival dedicated to arts programs for children on the...
Celebrate Easter & Passover 2018
Ready to celebrate? Passover begins this Friday, March 30 and Easter Sunday is this coming April 1, so there's plenty of reason to get together with friends and family this weekend. Better yet...
Pop-Up Café at the David Rubenstein Atrium
While Lincoln Square waits for the new Atrium Bar  café (by STARR Catering Group) at the  David Rubenstein Atrium  at 61 West 62nd Street, a pop-up is...
Bouchon Shares a Great Croque-Monsieur Recipe
The team at Bouchon Bakery, located on the third floor of The Shops at Columbus Circle and  part of The Restaurant and Bar Collection at Time Warner Center, is sharing a tasty, next-level take on a classic French dish...
New Directors/New Films at the Film Society
Celebrating its 47th edition this spring, the Film Society of Lincoln Center's New Directors/New Films festival showcases the work of emerging filmmakers from...



Participatory Budgeting
Between Saturday, April 7 and Sunday, April 15, community members can vote on participatory budgeting in district 6 with Council Member Helen Rosenthal. This year's proposed projects include technology updates for both the Riverside Branch and the Library for Performing Arts here in Lincoln Square, as well as other worthy projects on the Upper West Side. Click here to learn more about participatory budgeting. Click here to see a list of local voting sites. 
Spring 2018 SAFE Disposal Events 
The New York City Department of Sanitation announced the first five 2018 SAFE (Solvents, Automotive, Flammables, and Electronics) Disposal events. The events provide City residents with a one-stop drop-off to safely dispose of potentially harmful household products.  Household products such as pesticides, strong cleaners, mercury-containing devices, paints, automotive fluids, and medications may be brought to the drop-off events. Residents can also bring electronics, which may no longer be collected with trash and other recycling. This year, the first event is Sunday, April 8 in Brooklyn. All events are rain or shine, from 10:00am to 4:00pm.  Click here for a list of all spring events. 
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