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THE COURIER/Photo by Mike DiBartolomeo
THE COURIER/Photo by Mike DiBartolomeo
On Saturday, February 9, the city held a Snow Day at Juniper Park that included sledding and other activities.

When there is heavy snowfall the New York City Parks Department sometimes throws a special “Snow Day” in parks across the city with organized activities, such as supervised safe sledding, snowman building¬†contests, best snow angel contests, friendly snowball fights, music and complimentary hot chocolate.

After the blizzard that hit on Friday, February 8, known as Nemo, there was a “Snow Day” at a park in each borough, including Juniper Park in Queens, on Saturday afternoon.

Click here to see photos from the Juniper Park Snow Day.

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