This installation, created by Setsuko Winchester, explores Japanese internment following FDR’s Executive Order 9066. 120 hand-pinched tea bowls will be displayed, one for every thousand individuals interned. We invite you to experience and explore such questions as: What does it mean to be an American? Who is excluded and why? How do we learn from our history?
Join us as we participate in Jane’s Walk 2019!
I Love My Park Day heralds the start of spring with this statewide call to volunteer. Come celebrate the sixth annual statewide I Love My Park Day at Four Freedoms Park! Show your appreciation of NYS parks by volunteering to help keep the Park beautiful, clean, and welcoming.
In recognition of the United Nations General Assembly and International Peace Day, visitors are invited to design and fly kites selecting stripes, colors, and symbols that represent personal ideas about peace and freedom. Visitors of all ages will discover the fun of constructing and flying their very own kite, guaranteed to soar in the lightest of winds. Kite-making workshops are free and suitable for all ages.