Once again the Long Island City Community Boathouse participated in the harbor wide celebration of our island status by sending a flotilla down to Governor’s Island from Anable Basin, and stayed all day, and spent the night, and came back the next day having done a fun thing that’s all about figuring out how to co-exist with our water.
It was City of Fire day, unofficially, as participants witnessed some notable flame and smoke incidents on the Brooklyn Bridge Pier and the South Street Seaport!
Participation was excellent and the event was run smoothly and well for all.
Thanks to all who participated in the event. It was great to see so many organizations represented so well! We are an ever growing voice in the direction of our harbor health and well being. Some things are working well. It’s certainly important to celebrate the wins, in the midst of pressing ahead with continuing concerns!
You are a part of it all with your participation with LICCB and other activity and advocacy organizations. Thanks for all you do and please keep it up! Get involved with your harbor, your shores, your inheritance–a world with challenges to be addressed with your unique genius.
Check out volunteer opportunities and show up. We’re happy to have you. Look at our Calendar, come along to play with us, stay to engage with us, make your voice heard.
See you on the water!