Thursday, December 18, 2014

Roosevelt Island Parents' Network RI MoM Walking And Exercise Group Meeting 10 AM Friday At Tram Kiosk

Roosevelt Island Parents' Network Coordinator Eva Bosbach reports:

Dear all,

Our next free Roosevelt Island Moms on the Move (RI MoM) walk and exercise will take place tomorrow, Friday, December 19, starting at 10AM at the Tram kiosk.

We will walk to the south of the island on the Manhattan side and back, and end with some Exercise with Paulina,

as well as play and chat at the Rivercross playroom (thank you Beverly and Zachary!).

Please note: The Rivercross playroom has a very strict no food and no drink policy that must be followed in order to be able to use the playroom. This includes no snacks for children, as well as no water bottles for adults. Only baby bottles are allowed. If your child needs a snack, please feed them before entering.

Come, check it out and have some fun with us. Moms to be and moms of kids of all ages are welcome!

Looking forward to seeing you and your little ones there! :).  Feel free to contact me for more information on the Roosevelt Island Parents' Network.


David Enock said...

Cheshiecat, Cheshiecat, I was unaware that some of the comments posted about the new landscape design of the plaza were from accredited art critics. I thought we were simply Island residents expressing our personal opinion about the design of the plaza. Somehow though,, the discussion turned off topic into one about the way in which a flawed process brought the plaza project to life and how the process needed to be re-examined for it's failure to address a more diverse set of resident needs. Now, here we are off topic again attempting to explain the philosophical correctness of Frank's comments about the way in which my opinion was expressed. Considering that I am not an art critic would not Frank's comments about my use of "cliches" seem inappropriate? Unless he has another agenda. My career includes more that 50 years as an award winning art director and industrial designer creating and executing projects for clients such as Nasdaq, Freshdirect, BMW, PAR, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art and Pepsi-Cola Company. So, please excuse me if I think Frank is a dick.