Exhibit and Talk: "History of New York City's Water"

Exhibit Opening of "Ebb & Flow" with Live Recording of "Person Place Thing with Randy Cohen"

Exhibit Opening of \

When: Thursday, March 5, 6 to 8 p.m.

Where: NYC Department of Records and Information Services
31 Chambers Street, Room 111

The Museum of American Finance and the New York City Department of Records and Information Services are sponsoring a new exhibit, "Ebb & Flow: Tapping into the History of New York City's Water," which explores the history of bringing clean water to New York City while highlighting the story of the Manhattan Company.

There will be a live recording of Person Place Thing with Emmy Award winner Randy Cohen as well as storytelling about New York City and water, featuring the commissioner of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, Vincent Sapienza.

Randy Cohen is a writer, radio host and humorist known as the author of "The Ethicist" column in The New York Times Magazine. He also writes humor pieces, essays and stories for publications and newspapers worldwide .

Commissioner Vincent Sapienza is an environmental advocate, policy maker and New York State Licensed Professional Engineer, who has dedicated his career to protecting and improving New York City’s critical water infrastructure. He holds a BS from Columbia University and an MBA from Hofstra University’s School of Business.

This event is free, but registration is requested. Kindly RSVP by February 27. Refreshments will be served.