Posts Tagged ‘Boat Cufflinks’
Visit the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, open Tuesday through Sunday until November 4th
Where/How to Get There: 2 or 3 to Eastern Parkway—Brooklyn Museum station; B or Q to Prospect Park station; 4 or 5 to Franklin Avenue; S shuttle to Prospect Park station. (The B train does not run on weekends)
Where: 1st Ave/East End (On the East River) in between 80th-94th Streets
The Carl Schurz Park Conservancy is the oldest community-based volunteer park association in the city of New York. In the 1970s, concerned parents banded together and organized a funding campaign to supplant drastic parks budgetary cuts and save the Carl Schurz Park playground from further ruin. Working in close partnership with the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, the Conservancy has become the citizen caretaker of Carl Schurz Park, allocating its operational and capital funds as the City and the Conservancy assess the state of the park, and the programs the community will enjoy and value.
Go to the Top of the Rock in the evening:
Where? Between 48-51st streets and 5th avenue. Note: you must buy tickets
Sit outside at as many restaurant/cafes as possible.
That’s right! The restuatrants pay for that extra sidewalk space, so use it while it’s still warm out. Go around the entire city and find your favorite outdoor spots. Ours is centered around Yaffa Cafe on St. Marks and 1st Ave and Cloister Cafe on 9th between 2nd and 1st avenue.
Run around the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir
Where? Central Park, 96th Street closer to 5th avenue
Take a ferry to Governor’s island
Where? Off the coast of Manhattan, a 5 minute ferry ride away. Governors Island is open every Saturday, Sunday and Holiday Monday (Memorial Day and Labor Day) from May 26-September 30.
Take a ferry to Staten Island and back (Just for the boat ride. don’t get off at Staten Island. That would be…you know…)
Do the free kayaking at the Chelsea Piers:
The Downtown Boathouse is an all volunteer-run nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free public access to the harbor in New York City through public kayaking programs. Our mission is to encourage safe public use of the harbor waters of New York City and thereby provide residents of this space-constrained city with increased recreational opportunities. We support our operations exclusively through volunteers and with your public donations.
Pier 40 offers Walk up Kayaking every weekend and holiday from 9AM until 6PM with the last boat going out at 5:30, and Thursday evenings from 5PM-7PM with the last boat going out at 6:30PM. Check the Calendar for more details. Pier 40 offers has lockers, a changing room and shower and hose to rinse off with. We have limited number of locks available, Please bring your own lock.
Go to the last leg of the Summer Stage Festivals at Central Park and other locations around the city
If you haven’t noticed, it’s almost September. The summer season is ending and the last days of summer are here. But, thankfully, there are still plenty of sunny and warm days left to take advantage of. So, before the fall weather settles in, why not take the opportunity to get out on the water and go boating? Summer days are usually filled to the brim with activities, parties and vacations. It’s easy to lose track of time and, before you know it, summer is over. That’s why you should seize the moment and head to the beach. If you haven’t been out on a boat all summer, then what are you waiting for? Take the day off from work, leave your shirt and tie in the closet, and leave your cufflinks and watch on the dresser.sterling Boat Wheel Cufflinks
That is unless you own a pair of Boat Wheel Cufflinks, because you might want to take those with you for some boating inspiration. Whether you are a seasoned sailor or just an average guy who likes to go boating every once and a while, these Sterling Silver Boat Wheel Cufflinks are the perfect accessory for you. Designed by CLM New York, every time you look at them you will be reminded of the beauty and solace that spending a day on a boat can provide. Don’t let the summer end before you have a chance to get out on the water one last time. Otherwise, you’ll have to wait until next summer.