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Riverdale Gallery

Reflections opened on September 24th at Riverdale Art Gallery featuring four contemporary portrait artists. Reflections is a glimpse into the faces of our world. We will see glimpses of our loved ones, our children, and ourselves, or may look into the eyes of complete strangers.

Art in Riverdale!

Elisa Contemporary Art gallery in Riverdale will be celebrating the fresh vision of five local emerging artists in a new Summer Group show, Emerged, opening on June 18th and running though September 12th. Come enter the inspiring worlds – both real and imagined – created by these young artists. Featured artists include: Michael Barletta, Yasemin Kackar Demirel, James Chen-Feng Kao, Krzysztof Pastuszka and Rosa Ruey. You’ll meet new faces, encounter

Family Art Project: Hearts and Flowers, Love for Belugas

When: February 10, 2018 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Where: Wave Hill House (in Wave Hill)

As we look ahead to Valentine’s Day, let’s spread the love like a pod of belugas! Listen to touching tales about these small, gentle, gray-white whales, then make a stuffed beluga sock-puppet for a heartwarming Valentine’s gift. Add a special notecard crafted from an abundance of hearts and paper flowers, or even decorate it with some arctic ice or ocean waves for belugas. Valentine’s Weekend event. Free, and admission to

Best Places for Sledding in the Bronx

  If you’re looking for some good spots to head to the next time it snows, we’ve rounded up a list of some recommended hills in the Bronx. We’ll continue to add to this list as more are suggested or we discover new places- so be sure to bookmark this post. Crotona Park -Fulton Avenue and Crotona Park North This is actually the Bronx location for NYC Park’s Snow Days- which

Music Together Demo Classes

When: January 3, 2018 all-day

Music Together Heart & Beat Music is currently offering free demo classes to families NEW to Music Together at all four of their locations! Register for your free demo class here. time location type Wednesday 1/3 1015am Riverdale Neighborhood House MA Wednesday 1/3 4:15pm, 5:15pm, 6:15pm Hebrew Institute of Riverdale MA Thursday 1/4   10am, 11am Hebrew Institute of Riverdale MA   Saturday 1/6   10am 11am Riverdale Neighborhood House MA MA Sunday

Tour de Bronx

When: October 22, 2017 @ 9:00 am

  Sunday, Oct. 22 is Tour de Bronx, the largest free cycling event in New York State! Explore historic districts, beautiful waterfronts, lush green ways, and lovely neighborhoods. Participants can choose to enjoy a 25 or 40 mile route. There’s something for everyone. Avid cyclists register for the 40-mile route and ride through City Island, Orchard Beach, Woodlawn Cemetery, Riverdale, and more. Casual riders register for the 25-mile route and ride

Summer Concert Series in the Northwest Bronx

When: July 18, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) and Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz will present seven summer concerts beginning July 18th and ending August 23rd in the Northwest Bronx. Venue hosts and co-presenters include the Amalgamated/Park Reservoir Housing Cooperatives, the Riverdale YM-YWHA and Henry Hudson Park. All shows will be free and open to the public. “I am pleased to provide funding to the Bronx Council on the Arts for this amazing free concert series,” says

Dragons Love Tacos! Reading and Craft Event

When: May 6, 2017 @ 10:00 am

A modern day classic! Join us as we share the book Dragons Love Tacos and then create our own fire-breathing dragons! Ideal for ages 3ish-5ish. Fees are $20 per child ($10 per additional child), though no family will ever be turned away for inability to pay. Classes have been selling out, so PLEASE confirm your reservation by emailing SmartsAndCrafts2016@gmail.com. For more information, visit www.facebook.com   Smarts and Crafts is story

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

Summer Bucket List: Bronx Edition

  As we say farewell to June and jump into July, the sand starts to empty from our summer hourglass. What seems like plenty of time to create memories is really only 10 weekends to make the best of summer vacation. While we could easily spend each day sitting by the pool or at the beach, there’s plenty of fun to be had on dry land as well. We’ve compiled

12 Things to Do For Father's Day Weekend in the Bronx

Hit up the Hunt’s Point Fish Parade Saturday, June 18 Head over to Hunts Point Riverside Park where the parade begins, and up the streets of Hunts Point to the delight of revelers of all ages, and down to Barretto Point Park where the Summer Festival takes place. Enjoy arts, sports, live stage performances, health screenings, vendors and resource sharing at the festival. MORE INFO: www.thepoint.org/fishparade       Hit Up Turtle Cove for Mini Golf,

Memorial Day Weekend at Wave Hill

When: May 28, 2016 – May 30, 2016 all-day

  SAT, MAY 28    FAMILY ART PROJECT: FISH THEATERS AND LIFE INSIDE OUR RIVER The Hudson River is seen through beautiful vistas at Wave Hill, but what is life really like inside the river? Join visiting artist Mathew Friday to hear about the relationship between storm drains and the river and our role as good river stewards. Create drawings, maps and images of river residents, then create a diorama with

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