Stewart Park is 


YOUR Park. 




Inside the Central Park Conservancy:

Revitalizing the World’s Most Renowned Urban Park

Thursday, March 1 | 7pm | Cinemapolis

Two Central Park Conservancy Landscape Architects and graduates of Cornell’s Landscape Architecture Program present an overview of Central Park history and the Central Park Conservancy’s completed and current work as park stewards. Ticket sales from this presentation will benefit the revitalization of our own beautiful Stewart Park!


Christopher J. Nolan, FASLA, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Landscape Architect | Central Park Conservancy

Bob Rumsey, RLA, Studio Director for Planning, Design & Construction | Central Park Conservancy

Public meeting with Playground Discussion

Wednesday, March 21 | 5:30-7:30pm | The Cherry Artspace

Join FSP staff and board to get an overview of revitalization projects, take another look at our vision for Stewart Park in 2021, and focus on the Stewart Park Inclusive Playground community build to take place this autumn! Refreshments will be provided.




Did you know that many terrific REVITALIZATION park projects have already been completed?!

– Tea Pavilion reconstruction
– New roof for the Boathouse
– Reconfigured gardens at the park’s entrance
– Mayor Stewart Memorial Flagpole
– Restoration of the Fuertes Overlook
– Interpretive signs for the park’s historic buildings and overlook, and the Renwick Wildwood overlook
And many in the works!
– Restoration of the Picnic Pavilion and Fuertes Overlook.
– Planning and construction of the Stewart Park Inclusive Playground (coming Fall 2018!)
– Paddling Improvements
– Performance Plaza between the pavilions
– Exhibits about silent film history and park history at the Wharton Studio Building
There’s so much happening in Stewart Park! Please make a gift today to support our exciting REVITALIZATION projects.
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