Monthly Archives: October 2011

Wednesday SOS Meeting at Seaport

As you have likely already heard, we have been invited to hold this week’s SOS meeting, Wednesday November 2nd, at the Museum. Appearing at the meeting will be Susan Henshaw Jones, Director of the Museum of the City of New … Continue reading

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Save Our Seaport Petition Delivered [with Video]

This afternoon, a contingent from Save Our Seaport handed over our petition to Matt Viggiano of City Council Member Margaret Chin’s office. A copy of the petition, read by SOS steering committee member David Sheldon in the video, is available … Continue reading

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Petition Delivery, A Big Meeting, and More…

Lots to report… This Thursday, October 27th, we will deliver the petition (YOUR petition!) to City Council Member Margaret Chin’s office. There has been lots of good news lately, but it is still important that we show the scale of … Continue reading

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SOS Meeting Thursday

Please come on down to our next meeting, this Thursday October 13th. We’ll be at St. Margaret’s at 6:30pm. St. Margaret’s is located at 49 Fulton Street (Map). As always, if you’re lost or need more information, you can email … Continue reading

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New Management at the Seaport, Bowne to Re-Open

Big news for the (South Street) Seaport Museum NY: As of late this week, all the deals are completed, signed, sealed and delivered. The Museum of the City of New York is now effectively managing the Seaport Museum NY. We’d … Continue reading

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Welcome!

If you’re new to Save Our Seaport and our site, please check out our About Us page for a quick synopsis of the Seaport Museum past and present, what we are doing to try to help, and how you can … Continue reading

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No SOS Meeting Tomorrow

Apologies for the late posting. We will not be meeting this Thursday due to the conflict with the Harbor School Regatta. With so many SOS members attending or participating, we figure we’ll be better off holding the next meeting next … Continue reading

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