Helpful Links - Washington Heights Online: This is a wonderful website that offers a calendar of neighborhood events, history of the neighborhood, and links to other sites. - The Ring Garden is always looking for volunteers! It’s a terrific space at the base of Seaman, Dyckman and Riverside Drive. - The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum was constructed in 1784. It’s the only remaining farmhouse in Manhattan. Currently closed for restoration, the Museum will re-open in Spring 2005. It’s located on Broadway at the corner of 204th Street. - see also

Michelle Tourigny runs an Inwood/Washington Heights event blog. Check out - Well-know abstract painter Knox Martin is a long-time resident of Washington Heights. - Check out black and white photography by the editor of the Manhattan Times. - This website that promotes songwriters and musicians in northern Manhattan! - Northern Manhattan’s first recording studio to offer recording services, seminars, and networking opportunities in support of vocalists/singers, musicians, spoken word artists and writers in the Heights/Inwood area of Manhattan. 212.568.7506 - While hiking through our acres of parkland, don’t forget to apply insect repellent! Guys, check out the natural bug spray that doesn’t smell too girlie! And great hand cream, too!

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