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20th Annual Mulchfest

DATE:  Saturday, January 9 and Sunday, January 10, 2016 TIME:  10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.   DETAILS:                   The 20th annual MulchFest provides New Yorkers with a fun and environmentally-friendly opportunity to recycle their trees into woodchips that will nourish trees and gardens throughout the city. MulchFest takes place at 30 chipping sites and 48 drop-off sites in nearly 80 designated parks across all five boroughs.   At chipping sites, patrons

Photo Recap: 100 Watches Donated to Local Bronx Community Center

We love to highlight brands and businesses that support our community. Check out a recent event hosted in the Bronx where 100 watches were donated to children at a local community center: What: Kingsbridge Heights Community Center partnered with leading online watch retailer, on October 22 to educate children in the Bronx on how to tell time. After a study revealed that more than 70% of children were unable

Special Offer for Bronxmama Readers from Heart and Beat Music Classes

Heart and Beat Music has shared a discount for all Bronxmama readers. Heart & Beat Music offers Music Together classes to the families of Kingsbridge, Riverdale and North Riverdale. Music Together is a early childhood music education program, been around almost 30 years and everything we do is based on research and how kids learn and process music best. Fall classes are just starting  at three different locations: –Riverdale Neighborhood House

The 4th Annual Unity In The Community Festival!

On Saturday June 20th, 2015 The Kingsbridge Road Merchants Association in conjunction with Marketing & Advertising Solutions Inc. (MAS) will present the 4th Annual Unity in The Community Festival from12:00pm-6:00pm. This year’s Festival will take place on Reservoir Avenue between W. Kingsbridge Road and W. 195th Street in front of the Armory – future home of the National Ice Skating Center. The Kingsbridge Road Merchants Association, in conjunction with Councilman

Fordham Fever Fridays 2015: Spa & Wellness Day

The Fordham Road Business Improvement District (BID) continues its Fordham Fever Friday’s series on Friday, June 5thfrom 12PM-5PM at Muller Park & Plaza (East Fordham Road & Creston Avenue). For the month of June, the theme is “Spa & wellness.”   Join us for a unique event in the Bronx featuring a day of: Beauty, relaxation, make-overs, manicures, henna/flash tattoos and even a PHOTO DRESS UP BOOTH!! Shoppers can take

Bronx Book Fair

Saturday, May 30, 12:00 noon – 6:00pm FREE Event! Features include: Bronx Heroes Comic Convention* Bronx Memoir Project* Cathy Linh Che* Lorraine Currelley* Dahlma Llanos Figueroa* Five Boro Story Project Open Mic* J. Ivy* Legacy Women* Urayoán Noel* Peggy Robles-Alvarado* Thelma Ruffin Thomas* Ricarrdo Thomas Manuel Hernandez Bronx Library Center – NYPL 310 E Kingsbridge Road, Bronx, NY 10458 Directions: B/D train to Fordham Road BRONX BOOK FAIR SCHEDULE 12:00-12:25

Sign up for your IDNYC Card + Membership to Zoos, Museums, and More..

IDNYC is offering a free one year membership to many cultural institutions once signed up with the identification card-which is free. See information below and sign up at your nearest application location. To enroll, visit for an application and for more information. Enrollment Centers are located at: Bronx Business Center – DOF 3030 Third Avenue, 2nd Floor Bronx, NY 10455 (at E 156th St and Third Ave) Mon, Tue,

Murder and Madness and Poe

Michael Bertolini as Edgar Allan Poe in Murder and Madness and Poe An hour-long drama with poetry, music and readings Written and Directed by David Houston October 25th, 2014 Bronx Library Center, 2:30pm. Free. 310 East Kingsbridge Road, Bronx NY 11753 (718) 579-4257 Edgar paces impatiently in the office of booking agents in New York City in 1848. He proposes a lecture tour with readings of his controversial stories of murder

Reading Everywhere: 86-year old founder of Literacy Inc. still works to expose children to age appropriate books

The 86-year old founder of Literacy Inc. (LINC), the NYC organization that hosts “Reading Everywhere Events,” in local businesses, apartment buildings, libraries and parks to expose more urban kids to age appropriate books, still volunteers with the organization every month and she’s encouraging readers of all ages to get involved. In fact, Mimi has been volunteering with LINC for almost 20 years and at 86 this dynamo says she’s not slowing down! No

St. Patricks Day in the Bronx

The Throggs Neck Benevolent Association Presents The 16th Annual Throggs Neck Sunday, March 16, 2014 Throggs Neck 9:00 a.m. Mass at St. Benedict’s Church at 2969 Otis Avenue, Bronx, NY. 10:00 a.m. Complimentary breakfast, donated by Schuyler Hill Funeral Home, will be served in Father Albert Hall, downstairs at St. Benedict’s Church. 11:00 a.m. Line of March Assembly at the corner of East Tremont and Lafayette Avenues 12 noon Parade Begins

Summer Camps and Afterschool Programs in the Bronx

We will continue to add to this list. If you’d like to add your camp or suggest one that you know of, please email   The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has a list of summer camps that you can search by borough or zip code. You can also do an advance search for those that offer swimming programs. The New York Botanical Garden offers

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