Stewart Park Revitalization, Part 2

This week’s Walk in the Park episode 91 continues the presentation, by the Friends of Stewart Park on November 18 at Cinemapolis in Ithaca, about the revitalization of Stewart Park in Ithaca on the south shore of Cayuga Lake. Cablecasts are scheduled for Thanksgiving evening at 9:00, Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 a.m., and finally on Tuesday, Dec. 2 at 8:00 p.m., all on Ithaca public access cable channels 13 and 97.3. And you can watch it online anytime, anywhere, below on this page.

Tea Pavilion, Stewart Park, Ithaca, NY

In 2013, Ithaca Festival goers enjoy music at the renovated Tea Pavilion, more commonly known as the Small Pavilion, at Stewart Park along the south shore of Cayuga Lake in Ithaca, NY>

Last week, in part 1, Rick Manning, executive director of Friends of Stewart Park, explained the history of Stewart Park, while Diana Riesman, executive director of the Wharton Studio Musuem project, told of us the silent movie production studio at Renwyck Park (soon to become Stewart Park) at the park a century ago.

This week, Rick brings Stewart Park up to the present, tells us of the many things that have been done to improve the park in recent years, and explains exciting plans for the immediate and longer term future. Diana reveals the plans for the Wharton Studio Museum and what has been accomplished to date.

You can watch it online here anytime!