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“It’s My Parkway” Day On Pelham Parkway Saturday,Oct.20th 1pm – 6pm Join in and show some Love & Care to Pelham Parkway! All Kids and Young Ones who participate for 2 Hours get a FREE Lunch from “Green Cuisine” on Lydig Ave as well as a Full-Color “Certificate of Community Service”. Look for the table near the Pelham Parkway Lawn Walking Path across from Cruger Avenue. As well as a
Image: JD/dansfolk Summer Intensive FB page By Dalilah Smith-Santos Has your kid ever begged to participate in a swim class or dance class? Did you then rush to sign kid up for swim class or dance class for the year? Only to have kid a.) participate in one lesson only to decide they HATE it? b.) sit in a corner crying and refusing to participate and you’re now either out
Saturday, June 11th 12:00pm-4:00pm Summer Reading Kick-Off Party Pelham Parkway-Van Nest Library Barnes Ave. between Pelham Parkway South & Lydig Ave. Sign up for Summer Reading and celebrate our community and cultures! We’ll have music, performances, children’s Olympics, face painting, bounce house, food, giveaways, multicultural activities and much more!
What’s there to do in the Bronx you ask? Here’s a general guide containing lots of indoor and outdoor activities to keep you and your family entertained throughout the year. Animals & Nature Bronx Equestrian Center 9 Shore Rd, Pelham Bay Park A full service equestrian facility offering Western and English riding haywagons, wedding carriages, ponies for hire. The center offers $5 pony rides daily, just stop by.
Grab that library card (or sign up for one!) and head to your local library- many NYC locations just announced they have extended their hours and we have the scoop on the Bronx libraries. Here is a list of Bronx branches who extended their hours. Check www.nypl.com for additional information. Hunts Point Melrose West Farms Francis Martin Jerome Park Sedgwick Mosholu Riverdale Spuyten Duyvil Van Cortlandt Woodlawn Heights High
Happy New Year! We are so excited to enter another year here in the Bronx and see what is in store for us. If getting more involved in your community is on your list of resolutions this year, connecting with your local Community Board is a great place to start. In fact, many of the Bronx community boards have Facebook pages that makes staying informed and involved even easier. Let
Fall is here! In between your apple and pumpkin picking trips to local farms, be sure to enjoy all of the fun happening right here in the Bronx. We will continue to add events as we receive info about them, so be sure to check back frequently! Bronx Native American Festival at Pelham Bay Park September 27, Noon-4:00 pm South Picnic Area Enter at Bruckner Blvd. and
Tickets are now on sale for the Bronx House production of Into the Woods, Jr. presented in collaboration with the acclaimed Riverdale Children’s Theatre (RCT). In this Tony Award winning Broadway musical, written by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, the Brothers Grimm hit the stage with an epic fairytale about wishes, family and the choices we make. Familiar fairy tale characters – Cinderella, Little Red riding Hood, Jack (and his
FREE FILM EVENT IN PELHAM PARKWAY. Bronx World Film and Young Israel Pelham Parkway Jewish Center announce a joint screening of Art In Heaven, a short film by Riverdale resident Z. S. Rosenfeld with music by Elie Massias, this Sunday, September 7, 2014 at 3:00 pm, at the historic Bronx synagogue on Pelham Parkway South and Muliner Avenue. The director will be present for a question-and-answer session. Composer and multi-instrumentalist Elie
Bronx House School for Performing Arts will be offering three diverse Dance Workshops as part of their Summer Sunday Series on Sunday, August 3rd from 1:00 to 4:00pm. New offerings of Modern, African and Tap Dance will be introduced for students ages 6 and up. Instructors for the classes include Davalois Fearon of the Stephen Petronio Dance Company, Kim Vasquez, a teaching artist for Alvin Ailey and Amber Connors-Merino, currently
Looking for 2015 round up? Here it is: http://bronxmama.com/2015/07/01/july-4th-weekend-in-the-bronx-2/ It might not be the beautiful July 4th weather we were hoping for, but the weekend seems hopeful. Check out a few things to do this weekend for those are staying local. Of course there is always your local pool to cool off and Orchard Beach. NYC Parks also has a great guide for this weekend that also includes the other boroughs.