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Silver Lake--How Sweet It Is!

Take a step back in time with historian Pat Salmon to discover more about a
favorite staycation destination.  Nineteenth century Staten Island was a well known vacation spot, and Silver Lake was a resort and hotel operated for those who enjoyed fishing, boating, and picnicking. By 1904 a city park was established. Discover how the lake was used over time, including ice harvesting, the resort era, the establishment of the park, and as a reservoir.  Free program.  Registration required.  Call [masked] or email [masked]

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  • Hope W.

    Sorry, Jessica, but now I have to go to Brooklyn to see the smallest aircraft carrier (131 feet) on Pier 5. It's only here on weekend 10 to4 and Sunday I've got all-day class.

    July 25, 2014

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