Not planning anything big this year for New Years Eve? Just looking for something to do during the day? BronxMama has put together a list of some events and things to do on New Years Eve in the Bronx.
Looking to stay local for New Years Eve? Check out some events for BronxMamas and Papas, after the kiddies are sleeping:
By now the kids have already enjoyed building snowmen and making igloos in the white snow-which is starting to turn to slush, and a lot of you are probably starting to get bored staying in the house. But with a lot of the streets not even plowed yet, its not the best idea to go too far, especially with the little ones. BronxMama just wants to remind you of some
The Bronx River Art Center: 23 years strong… and on the move…. In 2010, BRAC reached unparalleled heights in our evolution as an interdisciplinary, community-based Art Center. After over 5 years of planning and designing an award winning building (New York City Design Commission’s 28th Annual Awards for Excellence in Design), we will break ground in the spring of 2011 on an 18-month complete renovation of our 16,000 square foot facility. We
Dear Friends, There are only a few days left to make a year-end, tax-deductible donation to Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum. Won’t you please take a moment, now, to: make a secure, online donation through JustGive.org; or write a check to the Bartow-Pell Landmark Fund and mail to the address above?The Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum has seen a year of spectacular growth in programming, visitation, and outreach. Now, during the holidays, it beautifully captures
The holidays are coming to a close, and hopefully the season was very merry for you. But for some kids, Santa doesn’t make a stop at their house. Which is where Toys for Tots comes in – helping provide thousands of toys for families in need. It’s really a wonderful program. To help this great cause, CouponMountain.com (an online coupon code site) has pledged togive up to $50,000. But it’s
The kids are out of school, the snow is falling-BronxMama hopes you don’t have to go too far. But, if you happen to live near Crotona Park, there will be sledding and free hot chocolate from 11-3pm Monday December 27th. Where: Crotona Park (Fulton Avenue and East 172nd Street)/11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Event and Photo-op New York City youth take to the parks for fun, free snowy activities hosted by
Whatever the new year brings, a visit to Wave Hill in each season is the best way I know for families to feel relaxed and uplifted and, well, naturally content. Start with a dreamy Family Art Project . Then plan on Sunday brunch, buffet-style, in historic Mark Twain Room. As always, Wave Hill’s breathtaking landscape provides the setting and the inspiration. Happy new year!
BronxMama was recently interviewed on Bronxnet’s OPEN with Bob Lee. Open is a live show that airs on Bronxnet on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Check it out here.
PeaceLove Cafe in Melrose welcomes BronxMamas at the Christmas Craft Meetup, Sunday December 19th 2010
KWANZAA CELEBRATION 4th DAY OF KWANZAA – UJAMAA (COOPERATIVE ECONOMICS) Pride of Our African Culture and Lotus Entertainment In collaboration with MOSHOLU-MONTEFIORE EDENWALD CENTER 1150 East 229th Street Bronx, New York WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2010 12 noon – 8 p.m. VENDORS * CULTURAL PERFORMANCES MUSIC * CANDLELIGHTING CEREMONY * ARTS AND CRAFTS * STORYTELLING * AFRICAN DRUMMING * DANCE FOOD AND FUN FOR ALL FREE ADMISSION For more info –
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