NORTHEAST HARBOR—On Wednesday, Aug. 5, at 5:30 p.m., Adam Ganser will give a Zoom talk sponsored by the Northeast Harbor Library called The History of the High Line.
This discussion will look at the current role of NYC’s parks during the pandemic, trace the history of the preservation and development of the High Line and look to the future of parks and open space in New York City.
Ganser is currently the executive director at New Yorkers for Parks, which advocates for the future vision of New York City’s parks and open space networks
Prior to working at New Yorkers for Parks, he was vice president of planning and design for the High Line. During Ganser’s 10-year tenure, the High Line became one of the world’s most visited and celebrated projects.
He lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., with his wife and two daughters.
This talk is free. Call 276-3333 or email rsvpnehlibrary.org to register.