After a one-year hiatus, Riverside Park Conservancy to announce that they will plan to bring their best interns back to the Park this summer, with a giant Morgan Stanley billboard celebrating the goats lighting up in Times Square Thursday, April 22nd at 11am.
“You’ve seen Cats, now see Goats,” said Dan Garodnick, President & CEO of Riverside Park Conservancy. “We’re thrilled to see the Riverside Park goats light up Broadway in celebration of their big arrival.”
The announcement took place at Times Square, 47th Street and Broadway on Thursday, April 22nd at 11am. In attendance were Dan Garodnick, President, Riverside Park Conservancy, Mark Levine, City Council Member, Larry and Ann Cihanek, Owner of Green Goats Farm and Goat Fans!
The Conservancy has opted to bring goats to the Park as part of its ongoing work to rehabilitate a woodland habitat in the area between 120thand 122nd Streets just off Riverside Drive. Goats are an eco-friendly and highly popular way to remove invasive plants.
The Goats will be arriving on July 14, 2021 for the ceremonial “Running of the Goats” and plan to stay in Riverside Park throughout the summer.
Did you know that visiting the Conservancy’s goats was called New York’s “best first date spot” in 2019. The goats are expected to stay from July 14 through the summer.
Also in the park this summer, Riverside Park Conservancy will unveil the art installation, Re:Growth, a summer-long outdoor art exhibition beginning June 5.