Free Photography Classes at The Point CDC

  International Center of Photography at THE POINT WINTER 2017 January 23 – April 6, 2017 • Free classes in black-and-white darkroom photography • All materials provided • Ages 9-18 • Registration is on first-come, first served basis TO PRINT OR FILL OUT AN ONLINE APPLICATION GO TO: www.thepoint.org/icp.php or contact: 718-542-4149 Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Tell

Registration Now Open for 2's and 3's at Escuelita de Sofia Bilingual Preschool

Sponsored:     Daycare/Preschool Program: Registration for your 2 and 3 year old is now open!  La Escuelita de Sofia is getting ready for Fall 2017 admission.  Here is how we are special:  We offer a unique combination of a warm, caring environment alongside a diverse program of enrichment.  We offer piano, dance, arts & crafts, free play, technology – all while being immersed in Spanish!  Come see the vibrant

Host a Vision Board Party

  My tradition of creating an annual vision board started around 3 years ago. My friend Alexis and I somehow got into the idea and each year she would come over for brunch and vision board creating. We’d sip mimosas while we cut out inspiring words, phrases, and pictures- and then glue everything down on our large poster boards. And no, vision boards aren’t just adult collages with champagne involved-

Blink Fitness Opens in Gun Hill + One Year Gym Membership Giveaway

  It’s that time of year! Resolutions to get healthy, get organized, save money, and more. It’s also that time of year when you hear regular gym goers complain about the influx of newbies the first two weeks of the new year, only to never be seen again. Well, time to prove the naysayers wrong! Blink Fitness just opened its most recent location at 3580 White Plains Rd here in the

The Bronx River's New Years Resolutions

Photo: Bronx River Alliance Well, the Bronx River can’t talk. But that’s okay- it has the  Bronx River Alliance speaking out for it. And here are three ways you can help the Bronx River in 2017, courtesy of the Alliance’s latest newsletter: 3 ways to help the Bronx River in 2017  1. Reduce litter: In 2016, through Project WASTE, (for more info check 2016 highlights) we found that containers made

Across the Bridge: Disney On Ice Presents Dare to Dream

  Throw on the princess dresses and head to the Prudential Center in Jersey for the latest Disney On Ice show: Disney on Ice Presents Dare to Dream. Your little ones will join Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy as they go on an adventure with four of Disney’s most inspirational princesses. You’ll get to see stories of Tangled, The Princess and the Frog, Cindarella, and Snow White and the Seven

100 Things To Do in the Bronx in 2017

  Zipline over the Bronx Zoo Create Victorian Valentine’s Day cards at Bartow Pell Mansion Museum Cross off each of these cheap but delish eats (five bucks and under!) that Bronx food blogger Tameika Lawrence shared on Thrillist Get a group together for the Bronx River Flotilla Attend the Bronx Opera Take a plunge with the Bronx Polar Bears as they dip against homelessness in February Take a Manga/Comic class

Winter Recess Fun: Create-Your-Own Events for Kids in the Bronx

  Create Your Own Soap and Bodysplash Creation with Confetti Kids Rosemarie of La Bella Essentials LLC joins Confetti Kids for a fun afternoon of creating. The instructors will guide your child in making Melt and Pour Soap with fun colors & glitters, and a Body Splash Spray from a fragrance they chose from. Each child will take home a decorative soap and a 2 oz Body Splash Spray. $25

Pope's Scrooge List: When the Holidays Aren't Your Thing

  By: Pope Jackson Photo: Etsy So I’m different, I didn’t grow up with the Christmas spirit.  The sounds of Nat King Cole and Mariah Carey’s iconic carols never filled my home.  My family didn’t celebrate so I couldn’t.  As I got older I researched the holiday for myself and decided I didn’t want to participate anyway.  Then you have children and feel the weight of the entire commercial system

The MOMS Host Advanced Screening of Why Him?

  Earlier this week all of the ladies from Bronxmama got together for a fun evening of wine, makeovers, and a screening of Why Him? Hosted by The MOMS, it was a fun evening of makeup by Blushington, headshots by Bronx photographer  Jonathan Breton, and then nothing but laughs during the film. While the movie is definitely not family friendly, it is the perfect movie to watch and laugh off any holiday

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