received via email from my neighborhood association.The following is a list of events for City Park.My apologies if the links are broken."City Park has so much happening that it called for its own email! From: City Park <email@example.com>Subject: City Park Springs Back!To: firstname.lastname@example.orgDate: Tuesday, April 1, 2008, 4:46 PM[New Orleans City Park] <http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=0013MZixC-iqIeq__olYZ9O1XRdyoxz5cQoEo0yk\in the heart ofNew Orleans What's happening at CityParkApril 2008Friend of City Park:Spring has sprung and the park is in full bloom. The SpringGarden Show blossoms April 5 and 6. Come take a class in theBotanical Garden, hear great music, get your golf swing ready, orenjoy the rides in the Amusement Park.Spring Garden ShowStock up on hard-to-find plants and supplies, get help with yourweed or plant problems at the Plant Health Clinic, get answersfrom experts, or just view the colorful gifts of nature at theSpring Garden Show, April 5 and 6, in the Botanical Garden. Formore information, contact the LSU AgCenter at (504)838-1170 email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.Thursdays at Twilight<http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=0013MZixC-iqIfRMkuAeZAfqcOKZ-wyA-lNVN0HZ\T2q1iySOCLdhnK4Soqkng72ptZlzEtoiu1xoTSUMtUGYlAyTpBrZvrztfVdcSilA3\Mark your calendars as Twilight in the Garden continueswith thebeautiful music of Betsy McGovern (April 3), Tony Green (April10), Paul Soniat (April 17), Lynn Drury (April 24), and PatriceFisher and Special Friends (May 1). Sit back, sip on the everpopular Mint Juleps and enjoy some of New Orleans' finest talent.Sponsored by the Azby Fund with support from Republic NationalDistributing Company, New Orleans Musica da Camera, WWNO 89.9 FM,and the New Orleans Botanical Garden. For more information, call(504)483-9386 or email email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> .Garden EducationBirdwatching, bonsai, orchids, and staghorn ferns are among thetopics to be discussed by local experts at the Botanical Garden'sEducational Series. Classes are limited, so sign up now. Call(504)483-9473 or email email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.Symphony Swing in the OaksPack your picnic, a big blanket, comfy chairs and join theLouisiana Philharmonic Orchestra at the free Swing in the Oaks atdusk on April 23 in Dreyfous Meadow (near the Museum of Art). Hear the beautiful sounds of our beloved symphony as they play'Around the World'. For more information, visithttp://www.lpomusic.com<http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=0013MZixC-iqIc3KwMcdoCWl-kM6Ri4vtwQbyWmj\Sundays in the ParkThe Latin sounds of Julio & Cesar and Vivaz will brighten theBotanical Garden's outdoor stage at Sunday in the Park, April 13,3-8 p.m. Bring your tango shoes, your salsa spirit and have afiesta!Now Hiring!We're hiring! City Park has openings in Human Resources,Development, the Amusement Park, Catering, and more. Forinformation, see our job listings<http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=0013MZixC-iqIdyuJB6uxv3kyMWWIEYav9DHYc_s\email email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> or call (504)482-4888. Applications can beemailed, or mailed to City Park HR, 1 Palm Drive, New Orleans, LA70124.Friends of City Park is seeking an Executive Director withbookkeeping, management, computer & marketing skills. Non-Profitexperience is beneficial. Please send inquiries and resumes toFriends of City Park, P.O. Box 2268, Mandeville, LA 70470.Fore!The renovation of the Park's North Golf Course is almostcomplete. By June, it will be time to dust off your golf clubsand hit the links! In the meantime, the driving range is theperfect place to practice your swing, take lessons, or just meetup with other golfers.Fountain of YouthOne of the Park's WPA-era drinking fountains has been beautifiedand renovated thanks to a donation from the Hash House Harriers. The fountain is located adjacent to the Anseman Avenue entranceoff of City Park Avenue. Come see it and quench your thirst soon!Gem of the ParkThe Dunbar Pavilion, donated in 1904 by Esplanade Avenue residentFrancis B. Dunbar, is an elegant gazebo that now resides inStoryland. Recently restored to its former splendor, its ornateironwork is graced with arabesque spandrels between slenderfooted columns. This pavilion, party gazebos, and party housescan be reserved for your next occasion by calling (504)488-2896or emailing email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> .City Bark says bow- Wow!NOLA City Bark, a non-profit group, is raising $500,000 for thecity's first dog park, to be located on a 4.6 acre spread nearPopp Fountain. This state-of-the-art facility will be a wonderfulgathering place for the city's dogs and their two-legged friends.To help, visit nolacitybark.org<http://rs6.net/tn.Donations NeededKatrina and the levee failures did $43 million in damages to CityPark. Our endowment is seriously low. If you can help usrebuild the park or build the endowment, contact John Hopper email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> .To learn more about City Park, visit us at neworleanscitypark.com<http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=0013MZixC-iqIeq__olYZ9O1XRdyoxz5cQoEo0yk\yrHWpNJvVcKWql5RGjMuhLqMSK_x9-y0pSxiFg2OrH_z-40Oc8fhD2CcSFCtd-GMs\iAWX5AWPlF60d4035Vi8SxoSyP>If this newsletter appears broken, please view it on our website<http://rs6.net/tn.jspIn the next two months:Tuesday, April 1Bird Watching in the New Orleans AreaThursday, April 3Concert-- Betsy McGovernCancelled for AprilSuper Saturday Volunteer Work DaySaturday and Sunday, April 5 and 6Spring Garden ShowWednesday, April 9Orchid Culture Basics: Potting and Mounting OrchidsThursday, April 10Concert-- Tony GreenSaturday, April 12Birdwatching in City ParkSaturday, April 12Staghorn FernsSunday, April 13Concert- Julio & Cesar, VivazThursday, April 17Concert-- Paul Soniat with Albinas Prizgintas and John RankinWednesday, April 23Swing In The OaksThursday, April 24Concert-- Lynn DrurySaturday, April 26An Introduction to the Art of BonsaiTuesday, April 29Container Gardening and Flowers in the LandscapeThursday, May 1Concert-- Patrice Fisher and Special GuestsCancelled for MaySuper Saturday Volunteer Work DayTuesday, May 6Tropical Plants for the Southern LandscapeWednesday, May 7Butterfly Release and Lecture about Butterfly GardeningThursday, May 8Concert-- Tom McDermott and Connie JonesSaturday, May 10Nature Hike through Couturie Forest and ArboretumSunday, May 11Concert- Soul Project, Johnny Sketch and the Dirty NotesWednesday, May 14Gardening in the Heat of the MomentThursday, May 15Concert-- New Orleans Original Jazz EnsembleFriday, May 16Flower Pressing WorkshopWednesday, May 21Water Features for Small GardensThursday, May 22Concert-- Gal HolidayWednesday, May 28A Whimsical GardenThursday, May 29Concert-- Musica da CameraSaturday, May 31Louisiana Native Plants for the LandscapeComing Major Events:Saturday and Sunday October 18 and 19Fall Garden ShowFriday, November 21Preview PartySunday, November 23Childrens' Preview PartyOpens Friday, November 28Celebration In The OaksNew Year's EvePop a Cork To view all scheduled events,visit the City ParkCalendar of Events<http://rs6.net/tn. 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