As we continue to live with COVID-19, this year’s City of Water Day will look different than previous years, but with the same goals to educate and inspire. The event will include two primary components to allow for safe and socially distant activities:
- The Art at the BlueLine exhibition in the Seaport District, will explore the BlueLine—the future high tide line—to collectively highlight the risk we all face from sea level rise and coastal storms. Extraordinary climate artists will provide a unique perspective on climate issues and sea level rise through the lens of artistic expression.
- Dozens of organizations will be hosting In Your Neighborhood events at their local waterfronts. From free kayaking to rowing to hands-on workshops, In Your Neighborhood events offer throughout our region’s 1600 miles of coastline! Be sure to check out our map to see all of the In Your Neighborhood events taking place throughout the region.
Be a part of it! Join Waterfront Alliance, NY-NJ Harbor and Estuary Program and community organizations from all five boroughs, Westchester and Rockland County, and New Jersey that will make July 10 2021 City of Water Day by signing up to host free safe or virtual community programs on and about local waterfronts.