Did you miss this Cat Walk? A recording is available here!
From bodegas and bookstores to libraries, plays, hotels—and even city transit—cats leave an impurression on NYC history. This talk hosted on Zoom meeting will explore some fun kitty city facts and attendees will leave feline fine. We’re going to bring a cat cafe vibe, so joining with coffee and your furry companion are welcome. Audience participation will be encouraged. 🙂
Ianna will be joined for fun cat story shares from:
Marie Fazio, Education Coordinator for the New York Transit Museum
Peggy Gavan, author of The Cat Men of Gotham and the blog, The Hatching Cat: True and Unusual Animal Tales of Old New York
and Rachel Pedone, Director of Sales & Marketing for the landmark Algonquin Hotel – home of the legendary Algonquin Cat!
Stay in touch and follow Cannoli the Black Cat on IG and TikTok @blackcatcannoli.
P.S. It’s also Mother’s Day, so tune in with your mama!
Closed captions will be available.
RSVP is required and capacity is limited. Meeting location, ending location, and directions will be provided via email before walk date.
Sunday, May 9, 202110:00 AM
Less than one hour
Theme: Art & Architecture, History & Culture
Platform: On Zoom