Photo/Video Release: Central Park Conservancy's Halloween Pumpkin Flotilla

New York, N.Y.— The Central Park Conservancy hosted its annual Halloween event at the Charles A. Dana Discovery Center, located in the north end of Central Park. The popular annual event was attended by hundreds of spooky goblins and ghosts.

Click here for high resolution images and video of the 2019 Pumpkin Flotilla. Photo credit can be attributed to the Central Park Conservancy.

The free event was open to all ages and featured kid-friendly activities such as pumpkin carving, arts & crafts, spooky storytelling, a costume parade, a festive pumpkin patch, and the event ended with its signature Pumpkin Flotilla, which set sail across the Harlem Meer at twilight.

The Central Park Conservancy is a private, not-for-profit organization that maintains Central Park and is charged with its stewardship. The Conservancy also operates the Park’s visitor centers, provides public programming, and serves as a resource for other NYC parks and for public-private partnerships around the world. To learn more about our work, visit centralparknyc.org.

About the Central Park Conservancy

The Central Park Conservancy is a private, nonprofit organization that manages Central Park and is responsible for raising the Park's annual operating budget. The Conservancy’s staff of more than 300 is responsible for all aspects of the Park’s stewardship, from day-to-day maintenance and operations to continued restoration and rebuilding projects. Additionally, the Conservancy operates the Park’s visitor centers, provides public programs, and serves as a resource for other NYC parks and for public-private partnerships around the world.

To learn more about the Central Park Conservancy, visit our homepage. Follow the Conservancy on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook at @centralparknyc.

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Contact Information

Media Contact: Stephanie Baez, Director of Communications sbaez@centralparknyc.org or 347-978-4426