According to the organizers:
Join us for our first Revolutionary Feast when we celebrate The Arch Conspirators, a group of six friends from Greenwich Village who climbed to the top of the Washington Square Arch in 1917, picnic baskets in tow, and declared that the Village was a Free and Independent Republic. A few notable guests: John Sloan and Marcel Duchamp.
Ticket includes conspiratorial noshing on picnic fare and a glass of wine.
In association with history expert Lucie Levine of ARCHIVE ON PARADE.