Adults and Youth (9 to 17 years)
choice to write your story about Kew Gardens THEN or Kew Gardens NOW
Remember and Think
What was it like to live in Kew
Gardens years ago?
What is it like to live in Kew
What are the places, landmarks and
things of interest that are special to you?
Who are the people
that have added to your life or influenced you?
What are some challenges,
events, milestones in Kew Gardens history that have touched you and made you passionate about your
In your experience, has Kew Gardens
remained the same or has it changed? How?
What makes Kew Gardens your chosen
place to live?
Describe your own special Kew
PREPARING YOUR SUBMISSION: HAVE
Please use 12-point
font Times New Roman or Arial
up to 1200 words
Deadline is Sunday, March 1, 2020.
your story online at
Your entry must be original and
unpublished. Any piece posted online, other than a personal blog, is considered published.
Note: All stories
will be reviewed without a name, to ensure an unbiased committee review.
WAIVER: Because of
the wide range of material to be received, we reserve the right to publish, edit or reject.
This project is made
possible by a grant from the Citizens Committee for New York City
the Kew Gardens Improvement Association, Inc.