Roosevelt Island Day June 13 - Family Fun Day For Flower Planting, Petting Zoo, Blood Drive, Concert, Pony Ride & Games - Also, June 13 Hillary Clinton Launches Presidential Campaign At Roosevelt Island's FDR Four Freedoms Park
Roosevelt Island is going to be a very busy place this Saturday, June 13.
The annual family friendly Roosevelt Island Day will take place from 9 AM - 3 PM.
According to the Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC)
This SATURDAY June 13, 2015, come out and continue the tradition of celebrating Roosevelt Island in fine fashion! Starting at 9 AM the Good Shepherd Plaza will be full of volunteers, activities, entertainment, games and so much more!Also, as previously reported, former NY Senator, United States Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton will officially launch her 2016 Presidential Campaign
Schedule of activities:
9 AM Bagels and Coffee- hosted by RIRA
9 AM - 12PM Flower Planting- hosted by A Living Library
10 AM - 12 PM Petting Zoo sponsored by Island Kids
10 AM - 3 PM Blood Drive- hosted by RIRA
10 AM - 3 PM Creative Explorations at Blackwell Park- hosted by RI Explorers
11 AM - 12 PM Main Street Theatre- Performance
12 PM Concert “Dave Brown and the Versatiles”
12 PM - 3 PM Kids Activities (Games, rides & more!)
1:30 PM - 3 PM NY Life- Masonic ID Screening
Don’t miss out on a day full of excitement and fun!
This free event is sponsored by Urban American, Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation and Roosevelt Island Youth Program.
Image From Hillary For America
from Roosevelt Island's FDR Four Freedoms Park
Image of FDR Park Preparations Today For June 13 Hillary Clinton Event
on June 13 as well, from 9 AM - 2 PM.
Clinton campaign officials tell me they do not anticipate their event, taking place at the southern tip of Roosevelt Island, interfering with Roosevelt Island Day taking place in the middle of Roosevelt Island. They are expecting crowds of several thousand people.
As of today, campaign officials say there are no plans for Ms. Clinton to attend Roosevelt Island Day or visit any area other than the FDR Four Freedoms Park.