It’s another weekend full of opportunities for those eager to volunteer…….
Saturday: Volunteer at South Street Seaport Museum!
Volunteer Coordinator Beth Childs writes:
Now that we have officially completed the warmest February in NYC on record, it’s time to warm up our hopes and expectations for a rapidly approaching 2012 Pioneer Sailing Season! First though, we have to get through March (coming in like a lion?), and that could include testing your foul-weather gear that has lain dormant for more than a year. This Saturday, with its rainy forecast, could be the perfect opportunity. On a more serious note, here is Saturday’s agenda, as set forth by Jay Amster:
“We will concentrate on making the best of what could be a wet
Saturday by painting indoors as much as possible, continuing to prep for
Pioneer yard, and various other small weather-window dependent projects.
In addition, we will also offer an informal class on square rig sailing
this Saturday for anyone who’s interested.”
As always, send me an email to let me know that you will be there!
Sunday: Volunteer with the Harbor School!
A crew of Harbor School students will report to the Brooklyn Navy Yard, volunteering to maintain the school’s vessels and facilities. Some adults are needed to help supervise and join in on the work.
Don’t worry, if you are a Seaport volunteer, you’ve got the skills needed. If you can help, give Mike Abegg a call on our info line at (347)6-PIER16.
Sunday, March 4, 10am-5pm. Free parking, seaport pickups possible.