Five inappropriate things to do in a pop-up park

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  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

  • Park Here

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Park Here

Photograph: Alex Strada

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For those suffering mild seasonal affective disorder (SAD), there is a light at the end of the gloomy, snowy tunnel: Florida. In the meantime, pop-up green space Park Here, originally scheduled to close at the end of January, has been extended until February 13. If you have not yet visited the lush, Astroturfed, 75-degree indoor park, then get thee to Nolita, perhaps on the weekend when food carts like Luke's Lobster and Robicelli's Cupcakes set up shop. And seeing as this is probably your first time visiting an indoor pop-up garden (no shame there), here are some helpful tips on how not to behave.

Five inappropriate things to do in a pop-up park:

1. Spark up a joint, or a cigarette for that matter. A pipe might be allowed if you have a mustache.

2. Go fishing in the pond without a license.

3. Blast tunes from your boom box.

4. Urinate in the bushes. Go outside and do it in the snow.

5. Wear a trench coat and dark glasses.

Now that you're suitably schooled in proper park etiquette, check the Facebook page for more information and a calendar of events. 201 Mulberry St between Delancey and Spring Sts; 212-334-0288, openhousegallery.org. Daily 11am--6pm; free. Through Feb 13.

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