Seen & Heard: Canal Street PO gets its colors back

CANAL STREET PO GETS ITS COLORS BACK
The USPS followed through on a request to have the flag pole and flag restored to the Canal Street Station. Maybe this was always going to happen, but read more of the story here.

DOWNTOWN LITTLE LEAGUE’S OPENING DAY
Catching up to some early spring news: Downtown Little League opened its season with Councilman Chris Marte, Assemblyman Charles Fall and guest speaker Kate Kallert, who played softball at Rider College in New Jersey and now is a lawyer for Deutsche Bank. DLL softball players Charlotte Hughey and Sara Tjarnberg presented the award to Kallert. And the John McKotch Honorary Award went to Andy Hort and Paul Colliton, who run the league’s Challengers program for kids with autism or other disabilities.

JANET SAWYER AT BLUE MOUNTAIN GALLERY
Former Tribecan Janet Sawyer has a show of paintings done over the past 20 years Blue Mountain Gallery in Chelsea through May 18. The show is titled “Lost Trees” and reflects personal encounters with much loved trees that no longer exist due to mudslides, pine beetles or new property owners. The works have not been shown previously.

OPHELIA ARC AT 81 LEONARD GALLERY
81 Leonard Gallery will present the first solo exhibition of multidisciplinary artist Ophelia Arc titled “we’re just so glad you’re home.” Arc explores themes of resolution and mortality through the art of crochet, which she extends into sculpture, drawing and video. See more here.

 

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