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Valentines Day Crafts at the Hunts Point Recreation Center

Saturday, February 11, 2012 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. The children will make Valentine’s cards, hearts and other arts & crafts for Valentine’s Day to take home for their parents; the center will also send some cards to the senior home. Location: Hunts Point Recreation Center 765 Manida Street, Bronx Directions to this location Cost: Free Event Organizer: Bronx Recreation Contact Number: (718) 860-5544  

Hunts Point Farmers Market

Just in case you missed the link in our Places To Visit, don’t forget about the Farmers Market in Hunts Point. You can find: – Baked Goods – Cut Flowers – Fruit – Herbs – Plants – Vegetables Msr Raul Del Valle Square At Southern Blvd. and E.163rd St. (Street Address: Directly Accross From 1029 E. 163rd St., Bronx) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS 8:30AM TO 5:00PM – RAIN OR SHINE    JUNE

At The Point: Free and Low Cost Winter Classes in the Bronx- For All Ages

BLANK PLATE Culinary Arts & Design Thursdays 4:45-7:30PM Teens 13+ FREE (14 weeks workshop) Blank Plate, the creative culinary program that’s changing a neighborhood, one plate at a time. Learn how to chef a large community meal for No Beef Thursdays! and learn how to design a Hunts Point event. Kick off: Thursday, February 2nd.Contact: Alejandra Delfin to register, 718-542-4139 X.155 (Feb 2, 9 & 16, March 2, 9, 16,

Climate Cart at The Point

When: September 18, 2016 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Sunday, September 18, 2016 2-6PM CLIMATE CART by Create Change Artist-in-Residence Misra Walker Climate Cart is a mobile installation that documents, via audio, video & written exchanges, summertime memories and stories in relation to climate change from Hunts Point/Longwood community members. For Field Day, the fully functioning cart will serve as a place for neighbors to know about these issues through local resources, statistics and conversations. In exchange for stories,

Free Summer Fun in the Bronx

  Staying home with the kids this summer? Trying to keep them entertained for so many weeks can get expensive. And while you might have some pretty awesome vacations or day trips planned, there’s plenty to do locally without breaking the bank in between. Here’s a list of ideas to stay cool, unplug, and spend some quality time together this summer. Swimming Lessons The New York City Parks Department offers

14th Annual Fish Parade

When: June 17, 2017 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

PARADE STARTS AT HUNTS POINT RIVERSIDE PARK Lafayette Ave. and Edgewater Rd. 10:00 am-11:00 am Parade registration, activities, & music FISH PARADE MARCHES THROUGH HUNTS POINT 11:15am – 12noon Prizes Awarded for best Costumes and Floats based on the theme. Grand Marshals Honored: Mrs. Patricia Watson – Pat’s Outreach Ministry , Green Workers Cooperative, Kelly Street Block Association, Hyde Leadership Charter School, Kellie Terry, Linda Cox, and Nilka Martell. SUMMER FESTIVAL AT

Things to Do for Father's Day in the Bronx

Photo: Wave Hill Celebrate Father’s Day in the Bronx! Still figuring out what to do? From free events to fun ideas, we’ve got you covered. We’ll continue to update this list. On Friday, Affinity Health Plan on Fordham is celebrating with free haircuts for dad from 2 to 5pm. Then from 4 to 7 at the Mall at Bay Plaza, kids can make their dads a cool picture frame

Made in the Bronx presented by BAAD!

When: July 27, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Where: St Mary's St bet. St Ann's Av and Jackson Av, Bronx, NY

Modern, folk, flamenco and house dance from Bronx artists Dance workshop 7pm, All-Ages/All Levels with Sekou McMiller, popular New York-based dancer and choreographer heating up the stage with his Contemporary Latin Fusion class that he has taught to students around the world. CURATED BY: BAAD! Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance was co-founded in 1998 by Arthur Aviles (a dancer/choreographer with the famed Arnie

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