Progress Report for the New York State Pavilion Paint Project
http://www.nyspproject.org  October 2016
 

We are all very excited to close out 2016 with continued great promise towards the future of the pavilion.

Our latest Open Gate event on June 11th in conjunction with NYC Parks went well once again!  The Only In Queens Festival. The weather was beautiful and over 200 people visited the pavilion in four hours! 

We also provided a tour of the park for Disney D23 NYC fan club on June 10th. We toured the original sites where GE's Carousel of Progress and Pepsi Cola's It's a Small World once stood, They thoroughly enjoyed the knowledge we shared!

Our work continues. We will carry on our quest to preserve the pavilion. This season we will be touching up and repairing painted areas including the application of matching American Cheese yellow paint. We hope you get to visit the park and see the pavilion close up!

 


Guests exploring
(Photo M. Silverstein)

 
Net Proceeds from donations after costs and fees as of July 12, 2017

$6158

Materials Purchase as of April 15, 2017:
- 33 Gallons Sherwin Williams Show Stopper Red
- 54 Gallons Sherwin Williams Extra White
- 45 Gallons Sherwin Williams World's Fair Yellow Custom    
- 12 Gallons Benjamin Moore American Cheese Yellow
Exploring the Only in Queens Festival
(Photo M. Silverstein)
-  Supplies-  rollers, pans, brushes, etc.

$5385

(Please note that no funds from gofundme fundraiser was used for
anything other than paint and related materials).
Out of Pocket Expenses (no reimbursement): Gas, tolls,
lodging, previously purchased painting supplies, printing and
creation of rewards, travel, food & beverage  (Lots of Hot Dog Lunches!).
   

Priceless!

 
   

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Thank you for your donations and support!

 
     
     
     

Checking out our fine displays

More informational displays- The famous Timeline

Jim explains the pavilion to our future preservationists!
Displays are ready
The Disney D23 guests at the Unisphere
 
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