Family Movie Night in Westchester Square

Join the Westchester Square Bid on June 14th and June 21st for Westchester Square’s first-ever Family Movie Night! They will be featuring Despicable Me 2 and Frozen outside on Lane Avenue between Westchester Avenue and Benson Street! Saturday, June 14th 7PM-10PM: Frozen Saturday, June 21st 7PM-10PM: Despicable Me 2   Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Tell a friend

Take Me Out to the Ball Game 1864

Sunday, June 15, 1–3 p.m. Celebrate Dad with a Father’s Day “base ball match.” The New York Mutuals play with 1864 rules, balls, bats, and uniforms—but no helmets or gloves! After the game, kids join in the fun with a game of rounders with team members. Plus free house tours and a raffle for the game ball! Registration requested. Cost $10 adults, $8 seniors, students, and members; $5 children 12

Big Backyard BBQ & Music Festival at NYBG

Gear Up for Summer With Great Music and Great Food! Make the sprawling lawns of Daffodil Hill your backyard and enjoy the warm weather with live music, outdoor fun, and a selection of food and fixin’s. Sample food and drink from New York-based specialty purveyors, paired with family entertainment throughout the weekend, and it’s the perfect opportunity to get dad out of the house for Father’s Day! We’ll also have


Wednesday, June 11, 2014 7 P.M. — 8:30 P.M. Gates open at 6 P.M. Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, photo by Frank Stewart To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the historic site and honor those in Woodlawn’s care, on June 11, 2014, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis will perform live and en plein aire at the cemetery. This concert is free to the public, and Woodlawn

Community Rowing with Rock the Boat

Saturday, June 7, 12-4pm 812 edgewater road, bronx, ny Featuring: -the launch of Boatswain, in memory of Mellissa Mulcare Boatswain -live music by Abrazos Orchestra -free bbq and food provided by Rocking the Boat families -free community rowing on the Bronx River Become an honorary Rocking the Boat student! Come up north to the South Bronx and celebrate along with about 250 members of the Hunts Point community the launch of Rocking


On July 1st, in parks throughout New York City, City Parks Foundation kicks off its 2014 Summer Sports Program for young people. Throughout the summer, City Parks Foundation provides over 13,000 New York City children free tennis, golf, and track and field instruction including free use of equipment in over 60 locations citywide. This summer, City Parks Foundation’s Sports programs will be taking place in Pelham Bay Park, Haffen Park, Macombs Dam Park,

Food Scrap Composting and Textile Recycling at Seasonal Farmers Markets

The Bronx is getting greener, thanks to the opening of nonprofit GrowNYC’s seasonal Bronx Borough Hall and Parkchester Greenmarkets, bringing more than just fresh, locally grown produce to the area. Every week shoppers at these farmers markets can recycle clothing and other textiles, and drop off kitchen scraps to be composted Bronx Borough Hall began accepting food scraps last year, in partnership with the NYC Department of Sanitation. Residents dropped 3,500 pounds of vegetable scraps,

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