Remember the Adirondack Chairs? Join Now and Make Magic Again


Volunteer for I Love My Park Day at FDR Four Freedoms State Park on May 6th.

The surprise treat last summer – richly colored Adirondack chairs welcoming visitors all through the meadow – makes a return on I Love My Park Day on May 6th. Join now. Register to help make the magic return.

by David Stone

The Roosevelt Island Daily News

Register to Join Now.

“Volunteers will assemble colorful Adirondack chairs on the Great Lawn that will welcome visitors to the outdoors and find respite in our iconic urban oasis,” says the FDR Four Freedoms Park Conservancy.

FDR Four Freedoms State Park on Roosevelt Island, renowned for its serenity and grace, hit a high note with comfortable Adirondack chairs. Park visitors lounged in the shade or took in the sun.

I Love My Park Day invites the park’s admirers to pitch in for just a few hours, helping to create weeks of joy and color throughout the spring, summer and fall.

The event starts at 10:00 a.m. and ends at 1:00 p.m. on May 6th, a Saturday. Organizers will have Adirondack chairs ready for assembly, ready for you to join in.

Adirondack chairs are a great addition to any outdoor space. Their unique design provides added comfort while providing an aesthetically pleasing look.

People enjoying the park kick back and absorb nature. Even as the city skyline stretches north and south across the East River, urban pressures are at bay.

The chairs come in a variety of colors and styles to suit any taste. From students to retirees, everyone is welcome and the atmosphere of friendliness is infectious.

The chairs play a role all season as the park rolls out a series of upcoming events.

So, register to join now for this springtime highlight of volunteering. We will see you there!

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