Wed, Feb 01|
Bayside Historical Society
Author Talk with Sergey Kadinsky
Join BHS at the Castle as local author Sergey Kadinsky takes us through the history of the waterways that once ran freely through New York City and delves into the benefits they could hold for our future.
Time & Location
Feb 01, 2023, 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Bayside Historical Society, 208 Totten Ave, Queens, NY 11359, USA
About The Event
Part of Bayside Historical Society's Author Talk at the Castle Series
Cost: $10.00 for BHS members; $20.00 for non-members
BHS welcomes local author and historian Sergey Kadinsky to the Castle for a presentation about his book, Hidden Waters of New York City. This book offers a historical survey of 101 hidden lakes, creeks, inlets, ponds, and reservoirs within the borders of New York City, including Fort Totten Pond, Crocheron Pond, Oakland Lake, and Alley Pond. These minor waterways serve a vital role in promoting sustainability and hold potential for revival that could offer cultural, economic and environmental benefits for the city. Learn how these hidden waterways impacted our past, what are their present conditions, and what are the plans for their future.
About the author: Sergey Kadinsky is an adjunct professor of history at Touro University-NYSCAS, where he teaches art history and Jewish history. He is a contributing writer at the local history site Forgotten-NY and a columnist at Queens Jewish Link.
Purchase tickets below or call 718-352-1548.
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General admission, BHS member
Author Talk with Sergey Kandinsky — "Hidden Waters of New York City"$10.00
General admission, non-member
Author Talk with Sergey Kandinsky — "Hidden Waters of New York City"$20.00