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Announcing our 2017 Annual Meeting - June 21st

We are excited to announce The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Washington Square Association on June 21st at 6pm at the King Juan Carlos Center.    We are pleased to announce the election of our officers, provide association updates and welcome our distinguished speakers:

The 2017 Washington Square Music Festival Debuts June 6th at 8pm

The weather is warming up and NYU's graduates have marched through the park, which can only mean one thing: it's time to kick off the Washington Square Music Festival, now running in its 59th year.   The concert series begins on June 6th at 8pm in the park with a performance of Carmina Burana, featuring the Stonewall Choir, the nation’s first LBGT Chorus, and soloists: Ariadne Greif, soprano; Lindell O. Carter, tenor; andMichael Kelly, baritone.  Lutz Rath conducts the Festival Chamber Orchestra. 

Concerts will continue running every Tuesday through June 27th.   Join us in the park, or if there should be rain at one of our rain spaces.   Please check our calendar on the home page for more information.


Support Washington Square Park

The Washington Square Music Festival

 

The Washington Square Association is an independent neighborhood organization that supports the park through their membership and volunteer donations. 

Become a Member for Just $25! Find Out How.

As a non-profit, we are always looking for donations to apply to the aid of the park.  

  • Organizing the annual Holiday Tree Lighting

  • Producing the Washington Square Music Festival

  • Providing financial and volunteer support for ongoing park maintenance and renovation


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About the WSA

The Washington Square Association was founded in 1904 and has been dedicated for over a century to supporting the residents of the park's surrounding community.  Find Out More About Us.

Our board includes architects, historians, authors, educators, musicians and publishers.  Most importantly, we are your neighbors, community members, parents and children of the park.