Film Viewing “Saving Jamaica Bay” and Winter Social

Date: January 19, 2019
Time: 1-4PM
Event: Film screening with panel discussion, social and light refreshments
Don Riepe, Littoral Society’s Jamaica Bay Program Director, to speak on panel

Join us for a free viewing of the documentary film Saving Jamaica Bay. Saving Jamaica Bay tells the story of how one community fought government inaction and overcame Hurricane Sandy to clean up and restore the largest open space in New York City, which had become a dumping ground for garbage, sewage, and bullet-riddled mobsters. Narrated by Academy-Award winning actress Susan Sarandon, Saving Jamaica Bay underscores the importance of citizen action and the role of urban nature in protecting our cities from the effects of climate change. Visit to learn more. Following the film, we will engage in a moderated discussion and enjoy a winter social complete with hot wassail. For more information contact Location: Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve Interpretive Center, 2351 Veteran’s Road West, Staten Island, NY 10309. Parking available. Free Admission. Refreshments

Location: Clay Pit Pond Park at 2351 Veteran’s Road West, Staten Island, NY 10309

We help your business or organization navigate Social Media and Digital applications. Call 646 580-0799
Image: “Redheaded Woodpecker” by John Ares,

Staten Island’s Land Conservation Organization

1975-2015 Celebrating 40 years of keeping Staten Island Green

Please join today!

It only takes a minute to join online at the the new website: