9/11 Event Notices
Today the 9/11 Memorial & Museum will lead the world in commemorating the 18th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
The 9/11 Memorial & Museum will host the annual commemoration ceremony to honor the 2,983 men, women and children killed in the attacks at the World Trade Center site, the Pentagon, aboard Flight 93 and in the 1993 WTC bombing.
The Museum will be closed to the public on the 18th anniversary.
On Wednesday evening, the public is invited to view the Tribute in Light from the 9/11 Memorial.
From the NYPD:
On Wednesday September 11th
Liberty Street CLOSED
(in between South end Avenue and West Street)
Barclay Street CLOSED, between Church Street and West Broadway
Park Place and West Broadway
Greenwich Street between Murray Street and West Street
Will be able to move freely north and south on the west side of West Street
Pedestrians will only be able to use the south side of Liberty Street in between Church and West Streets (The north side of Liberty is CLOSED)
Pedestrians needing access to 3 or 4 WTC will access it from Church Street and Cortland Way.
Pedestrians will be able to enter the Oculus Plaza from Church Street only.
[Essentially,] the entire memorial is frozen but its outer areas will be open. The closures around the site will remain in effect until 3PM.
Pace University Remembers
47 Students and Alumni Lost
On Wednesday, September 11, Pace University will host a 9/11 tribute and walk to commemorate lives lost on September 11, 2001.
The event will feature speakers who were part of the response efforts and staff members who were working at Pace on the day of the attacks. Speakers will include Marvin Krislov, President, Pace University; Marijo O’Grady, Associate Vice President, Dean for Students; Peter Riley, Director of Veteran Services, Pace University; and Pace University student veterans.
After the remarks, participants will walk to the 9/11 Memorial at Pace University that honors the members of the Pace community who lost their lives on that day.
The 6PM event will take place at Pace University Student Center located at One Pace Plaza (across from City Hall).
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