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Plastolithic

Plastolithic By Adam Jonas Horowitz From the Stone Age to the Plastic Age . . . The average American produces 2,000 pounds of waste every year. Constructed of mixed waste and recycling bales weighing 1,000 pounds each, Plastolithic spe

Human Bird Nest – 2023

HUMAN BIRD NEST By Lindsay Brenner Constructed entirely on site from locally sourced plant material, Lindsay Brenner’s Human Bird Nest combined themes of sanctuary, rebirth and ecological resilience, offering visitors a nurturing space to develop and expand ideas for positive growth. “This project involves an introspective process during creation and interaction

Living Laboratory

Living Laboratory Local 5th graders came out this week from Pinon Elementary for our first Living Laboratory field trip!  They learned about the historic Acequia Madre, studied soil and plant health, and got their hands dirty in the Railyard Park's compost pile!

YM360 Camp Group

YM360 Camp Group  A crew of 35 can really get a lot done in a day!  Trash pickup, elm and tree of heaven eradication, raking and sweeping, making water wells for crabapples, dead lavender removal - a beautiful renewal of the Rail Gardens.

Community Garden

Community Garden  – Summer 2022 Calling all vegetable growers! Would you like to join other kindred spirits out in the Park this summer? If so, there are still individual plots available in our Community Garden. It’s a great way to get outside, meet your neighbors and grow your own organic produce.

Bluegrass and Bagels

BLUEGRASS AND BAGELS Bluegrass and Bagels – Offered every second Sunday of the month! Meet at the Railyard Park’s Community Room for a bluegrass jam where folks are encouraged to share GospelGrass – TradGrass – NewGrass tunes through a typical jam format. PLUS – Thanks to Boultawn’s – we got bagels! (Tips or donations for

Hope Dies Last – 2022

HOPE DIES LAST Hope Dies Last by Christine Sullivan was on display in the Railyard Park from January 6th - March 14th, 2022 HOPE DIES LAST: A Tribute to Studs Terkel and American Activists, By: Christine Sullivan The quote: “Hope Dies Last“ was spoken by Jessie de la Cruz, a former

Queen Bee’s Kids Sing Along

QUEEN BEE KIDS SING ALONGS IN THE RAILYARD PARK Get those kids singing, moving, and shaking! Join weekly Kids Sing Alongs with Queen Bee Music Association and the Railyard Park Conservancy. Teacher B leads the class through a variety of engaging music games and sing-alongs, from classics like 'Twinkle, Twinkle Little

Urban Ecologies – 2021

URBAN ECOLOGIES PUBLIC ART INSTALLATION A Living Laboratory of Eco-centric Artworks Arrives in the Railyard Park! As the cold of winter softens into spring, the Railyard Park Conservancy, Railyard Art Project, and Art Park 21 invite the restless and curious to explore a new multi-artist exhibition in the Railyard Park. Opening

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