People's Climate March Walkway Over the Hudson

Start: Saturday, April 29, 2017 1:00 PM

End: Saturday, April 29, 2017 4:00 PM

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Sponsored by March On! New Paltz and The Sierra Club!

Organizational "Tabling" still available!

Hello and thanks for joining us at People’s Climate March across the Hudson- Co hosted by The Sierra Club, March On! New Paltz, and March On! New York (formerly Women’s March NY) We’d love for you to encourage all your friends and family to come by sending them the event link.

The weather looks good, just a slight chance of rain, but cloudy and warm so dress accordingly.
The Walkway is 1.28 miles EACH WAY. There are two places to stop along the way, one very close at the elevator to the park below, and the next in the center at the flagpole. If you feel tired, there is no shame in ducking in either of these places and rejoining us on the return trip.
If you look directly to your right at 2 p.m. while we are marching, you will see the Clearwater leaving its berth for a public sail! So exciting!

Marshall Training! If you volunteered to marshall, or want to (we can use a few more people) We are meeting at New Paltz Village Hall, 25 Plattekill, at 630 on Friday for training.
Videographer! Is anyone a videographer? We have one great one. We need a couple more.

The Flotilla of kayaks and canoes will launch from the HIGHLAND side at 2 p.m.
More info here
https://www.facebook.com/events/1766527696993977/

The School Seedling project sent us 30 songbird-attracting NY shrubs. White cedar, silky dogwood, and highbush cranberry! We will be giving them away to families day of along with instructions.
They will need to be planted pretty quickly after we give them away.

Please check out this amazing Climate March shirts designed by Elisa Tucci at the top of the page.  Available in limited quantities- If you want to be assured to get yours send $18 via PayPal to Lauren at lalalea7@yahoo.com and tell her what SIZE you want. Small to XXL
They will be available for you at the march. No shipping.
Or you can purchase at the march for $20 cash only.

Please read below and let us know if you have any questions or comments.
Please encourage everyone you know to go to a Climate March this Saturday.
We are a movement not a moment. Climate Change is real. We are in crisis.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

WHERE DO WE START?
61 Parker Ave parking lot, East side of the Walkway

WHEN IS STUFF HAPPENING?
12 Volunteer arrival and set up
1 - 1:45 Kid’s Craft, Face painting, tables to check out, Tin Horn Uprising
1:45 Blessing by Deer Clan Chief Clara, Ramapough and Lenape Tribe
2 - 3 March to the West side of the Walkway and back accompanied by the Tin Horn Uprising, clowns and hula hoopers! Get creative and have fun!
3 -4:30 Speakers and Rally at the Parker St parking lot. Closing remarks by Zephyr Teachout!

GETTING THERE:
https://walkway.org/how-to-get-here

PARKING:
(Listed in order of proximity)
1. Speakers, tablers, media, & disabled folks: Paved parking lot at the east entrance to the Walkway, 61, Parker Ave. (Please contact us in advance if you need to park in this lot)
2. Free: Dirt parking lot, right off the road, 61 Parker Avenue. Capacity: 100
3. Free: Parking lot of vacant diner, 121 Parker Av. This is about a 8-10 min walk (on a sidewalk) from the Park Entrance. Capacity: 80
4. Street Parking on Washington Street. 5-10 min walk (on sidewalk) and steps to entrance of bridge.
5. Free: Pulaski Park on 162, Washington Street. This is a public park with free parking 5-10 min walk (on sidewalk) and steps to the bridge.
6. Street parking on Brookside Av. (off Washington St.,) 5-10 min walk (on sidewalk.)
7.. Street parking on Verzanno Blvd. (off Washington St.,) 5-10 min walk (on sidewalk.)
8. Metro North Train Station. Parking is free on weekends. If the Elevator is closed, please note that it is a bit of a hike.
When exiting, please follow this route rather than your GPS if headed West:
Cross traffic into Eastbound lane, then turn right onto North Hamilton St., then right again onto the Arterial, which they can follow onto the Mid-Hudson Bridge.

WHAT TO BRING
Water bottle, full
Snacks
Kids
Signs
Smiles
Bikes
Well behaved dogs on leash

WHAT NOT TO BRING
Firearms
Alcohol
Anything heavy

See you on the Walkway!
The PCM Team




Contact March On! New Paltz Coordinator Alexandria Wojcik at ThePinkTypewriter@gmail.com for more information.