New York | Dutch Treat Breakfast at Madison Square Park
June 25 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Join us for an informal Dutch Treat Breakfast at Madison Square Park! An ongoing, informal, occasional get together for current and prospective members, Dutch Treat programs are a great way to meet, mingle, and network in a casual setting. Grab a coffee and breakfast from some of the nearby cafes (Starbucks, Caffe Lavazza at Eataly, and Flatiron Green Cafe are all great, nearby options!) and meet us at the fountain on the south side of the park. We’ll hang out, chat, and enjoy Maya Lin’s installation, “Ghost Forest.”
This program is free and open to all, current and prospective members. The rain date is tentatively set for Friday, July 9.
Not an ArtTable member? Join today!
Please read before registering:
- Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
- While masks are no longer required outdoors for fully vaccinated individuals, we highly recommend wearing a mask or face covering when in close proximity to persons not from your household.
- Please review the guidelines at Madison Square Park before registering.
Accessibility: Madison Square Park, as a public, open green space, is free and fully accessible to patrons of all abilities; including by not limited to individuals with physical, visual, and auditory disabilities, owners of special care animals, and wheelchair users. There are no steps or stairs within Madison Square Park, or between the sidewalk and the park. Ramp access for wheelchairs and strollers as well as access for individuals with impaired mobility is available for all the park’s pathways and lawns, in compliance with ADA regulations. For more information or to request accommodations, please call 212.520.7600.
Getting There: Take the R or W train to 23rd Street
About Madison Square Park
Madison Square Park is a seven-acre green space at the heart of New York City that has been public land since 1686. Over the centuries, it has played a part in the city’s rich history, providing space for everything from the invention of baseball to fundraising efforts for the Statue of Liberty.
Just like New York City, Madison Square Park is a place where many different people and things come together. Surrounded by landmark architecture and vibrant businesses, it is home to some of the world’s best art and horticulture exhibitions. It is a public garden, a playground, an open-air museum, a dog park, a performance venue, an eatery, an arboretum, a gathering place, and a sanctuary. It is a space that belongs to everyone, and that each of us can make our own.
The park is managed by Madison Square Park Conservancy, a non-profit that is fully funded by the community.
Thank you to Ingrid Dinter, Principal Dinter Fine Art, and ArtTable NY Chapter Program Committee member for organizing this program.
- Maya Lin, “Ghost Forest”; courtesy of Maya Lin Studio