LUNGS 6th Annual Harvest Arts Festival 2017

The LUNGS 6th Annual Harvest Arts Festival is happening this year on September 23 & 24. Plenty of talented artists are going to be offering free performances, stay tuned for more info.

LUNGS CSA will begin Sunday, July 9  with fresh produce coming again from the Acevedos Family Farm in Orange County. Campos Garden on E. 12th St is hosting the CSA each July Sunday.  It’s still $10 for a bag of fresh produce, you pickup between 1-3pm, if you are interested send an email to

The LUNGS Summer Youth Employment Program will begin July 5, if your garden has special projects that need support, let us know.

LEEP the LUNGS Environmental Education Program will begin July 10 with free classes for elementary students Monday and Tuesday afternoons, 1:30 to 4pm in the gardens. More information on how to register.

Eric Sanderson at the LUNGS Harvest Arts Fest

Saturday, September 24, at 6:30pm at 6B Garden, Ave B & 6th St. Please join us for a Slide Show/Discussion with Eric Sanderson, landscape ecologist for the Wildlife Conservation Society at the Bronx Zoo, director of the Mannahatta Project and the author of the bestselling book, Mannahatta: A Natural History of New York City. 51cupltstxl-_sx380_bo1204203200_


imageCORNFIELD DANCE  will perform “Small Stages”  a 2013 duet on Saturday, September 24 at 4 pm at El Jardin del Paraiso E. 4th St ( C & D).

“Small Stages” features the Choreography of Ellen Cornfield, Dancers, Vanessa Knouse & Joshua Tuason,  Music by Andreas Brade and Costumes by  Ellen Cornfield.

The Dance Program at El Jardin del Paraiso includes:

Heidi Henderson and Students from Connecticut College
Kizuna Dance (Cameron McKinney)
John Gutierrez
Sheep Meadow Dance Theater (Billy Blanken)
Kizuna Dance (Cameron McKinney)
Rina Espiritu
Lauren Kravitz and Shantel Prado
Cornfield Dance (Ellen Cornfield)
Rod Rodgers Teen Dancers

and more

New York City-based choreographer Ellen Cornfield has been honing her work for over two decades. Her work exemplifies the exhilarating combination of heart and intellect, performed by dancers who “…are among the most proficient technical and kinetically expressive dancers around.” Her dances revel in the use of space, time and geometric relationships, and have rigorous structures that carry a pleasure all their own. She works with a mix of elegant, robust, and at times quirky movement material interspersed with surprising details suggesting stories that never become literal or obvious. Intelligence and humanity shine throughout.

Photo Credit: Photographer: Brooke Trisolini; Dancers: Cori Kresge & Joshua Tuason