Weekday Urban Sketcher at Central Park Loch and Huddlestone Arch
Did you know that the north end of Central Park, known as the North Woods, was purposefully made to look like a natural wooded environment. In this area is a series of waterways and lakes with a very special spot called The Loch. a beautiful waterfall and stream leading to a stone arch built of massive holders and held together by gravity and pressure, not mortar. Here is the best part, there are few visitors to this area.
DATE: THURSDAY JULY 14, 2016
LOCATION: THE LOCH IN CENTRAL PARK, located at 103 Street on the west side of the park.
TIME: 10:30 AM
DIRECTIONS: A, C OR B train to 103 St Station. Walk three blocks south to the park entrance at 100th St. Follow the path to the left. You will pass a small lake called the pool and then come down the path to The Loch.
Please RSVP directly to Raylie Dunkel at firstname.lastname@example.org. Looking for us? Call Raylie at 201-9789-6387. Bring a stool and lunch.
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