Triple R Events is a project of Lynne Serpe and Robyn Sklar Nelson. We are long-time Green Party members who don’t just vote green - we live green. We organize monthly green events in LIC/Astoria that are fun and educational, not boring and preachy.
Upcoming May events
Build It Green! NYC Block Party and Stop 'N Swap!!! SATURDAY, MAY 9TH from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
3-17 26th Avenue in Astoria, between 3-4th Streets
Stop by and say "hi" to Lynne & Robyn at the Two Coves Community Garden Plant Sale table. Triple R Events supports the Garden and we are teaming up with Build It Green! to promote their Stop 'N Swap.
Build It Green! NYC, in conjunction with the Council on the Environment of NYC’s (CENYC) Office of Recycling Outreach and Education (OROE), is proud to host its Second Annual Recyclefest Block Party. The folks at Build It Green are shutting down the block for an afternoon of live music, food, crafts, and a CENYC Stop ‘N Swap. Feel free to bring useable clothing, sporting goods, books, housewares, and toys to the free swap. Or just bring yourself and enjoy the festivities! On site will be boat, furniture, and planter box construction using Build It Green materials; live bands; a Compost Project worm workshop; a Two Coves Community Garden plant sale; Transportation Alternatives Queens Committee bike valet and much much more! All items left behind will be donated to the nice folks at Hour Children. Hope to see you there!
*********** It's My Park! Day at Two Coves Community Garden SATURDAY, MAY 16TH from 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Astoria Boulevard, 30th Avenue and 8th Street
Join Lynne & Robyn in celebrating It's My Park! Day at Two Coves Community Garden from 12pm - 4pm for their "Victory Garden" day of food, flowers, fun and friendship. Workshops on canning, pickling, composting and container gardening. The garden is located at the triangle intersection where Astoria Boulevard, 30th Avenue and 8th Street meet. FREE.
Long Island City Community Supported Agriculture
Eat fresh, organic, local produce delivered
to your neighborhood directly from the
farmers who grew it.
and YES, it’s AFFORDABLE!