Sunday, November 30, 2014

Weekday Urban Sketchers at the Ford Foundation and the Swedish Church on Thursday

This week we move indoors to two venues only open during the week: The Ford Foundation and the Swedish Church.

The Ford Foundation is an award winning building with one of the first indoor public atria in the city.  Beautiful architecture and soaring views framed in a lovely indoor garden is ripe for Urban Sketchers.  We will then move to one of the hidden gems of NYC, the Swedish Church.  Housed in a beautiful building in midtown it offers the public a warm and welcoming cafe/reading room with beautiful leaded windows, cozy chairs and great woodwork.  The best part however is the small cafe that serves open Swedish sandwiches called smorgas and (the best part) homemade cinnamon buns.  Bring your lunch or by a sandwich, your choice…but you must have a cinnamon bun and coffee!


The Ford Foundation: 320 E 43rd St bwtn 1-2nd Av  The Swedish Church:  5 East 48th Street (5th Ave)

Ford Foundation Building

Times:  Meet at the Ford Foundation at 11 AM and then move to the Swedish Church about 1 PM


To the Ford Foundation: Any subway into Grand Central and walk to 43rd between 1st and 2nd Ave

To the Swedish Church:  Those who come in the morning will be walking to the second location. If you are coming in the afternoon there are numerous subway stops around midtown that will leave you in walking distance to 48th St and 5th Ave.  


CAN'T FIND US?  Call Raylie at 201-978-6387

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