Have you ever been to a goat story hour? Starting July 1st, the Van Cortlandt House Museum will be hosting a weekly goat story hour by their goat enclosure. The books will be goat-themed and guests can bring blankets or chairs to enjoy the fun. The goats in Van Cortlandt Park help with eliminating invasive weeds and clearing grass, and now they will be the backdrop of this fun story
Registration is open for summer art classes at the Bronx River Arts Center. Most classes will be held on-site at the Bronx River Art Center building at 1087 E. Tremont Ave, with sessions taking place within their well-ventilated open space studios and/or outdoors in the backyard, roof garden, or the nearby greenway. Two classes – Digital Illustration and Introduction to Art – will be held virtually over Zoom, while Teen
Make Music Day returns to New York City on the summer solstice for its 15th year. In addition to all five boroughs of New York City, Make Music Day will be celebrated in over 90 cities across the US this year with free, outdoor musical events on, Monday, June 21, 2021. The all-day musical celebration on the longest day of the year brings New Yorkers of all styles, ages and
By Khaleel Williams NYC & Company (New York City’s marketing and tourism agency) just launched its new content platform, “The Latino Experience in NYC,” in conjunction with a partnership with Warner Bros. Pictures surrounding the release of In The Heights which was set and filmed in Washington Heights. The Latino Experience in NYC includes: behind the scenes footage and special content from In The Heights featuring exclusive interviews with the cast and the film’s creative team
It is almost officially summer time and as more businesses are opening up without COVID-19 restrictions, many parents are looking for summer programs for their children. If you can relate, keep reading! Starting June 5th the New York Public Library will be opening its summer learning program, featuring a KidsLIVE! author talk with Christian Robinson, who is the author and illustrator of “You Matter” and “Last Stop on Market Street”.
By Tyler Shanley If you are a fan of soccer, you definitely would have known about the Champions League Final last week, but have you heard of the South Bronx United soccer program? The SBU Academy uses travel soccer as the force behind providing kids from middle school to high school seniors with academic enrichment, tutoring, mentoring, and a path to graduating high school and going on to college. As
The Bronx Junior Photo League are holding both a virtual and in-person exhibition in order to showcase the work of their photographers. The events are being held by the Bronx Documentary Center and almost 50 projects will be showcased. The on site exhibition will be from June 5th to June 20th at the Bronx Documentary Center. Beginning in October 2020, students in the Bronx Junior Photo League (BJPL), the Bronx
On Saturday June 19, Governors Island will be welcoming Bronx residents to enjoy a great day at one of NYC’s most beautiful places. Participants will receive free roundtrip transportation to the Island via ferry boat shuttle from Soundview in the Bronx. A picnic lunch, courtesy of Great Performances, will be provided for all participants departing from Soundview. On the Island, Bronx Day attendees will enjoy free bike rentals; complimentary ice
Since launching the Bronx Metro-North Study in 2018, the Department of City Planning has held a variety of public events to listen and learn about what’s important to you regarding new Metro North service planned for the East Bronx. Now, the Bronx Metro-North Study (BMNS) Team is inviting Bronxites to a BMNS Remote Open House to continue the conversation about New York City’s station-area planning to prepare the Bronx for new Metro-North
GrowNYC’s Bronx Borough Hall Greenmarket will open on Tuesdays for the season, beginning Tuesday June 1st and continuing through November 23rd. Located on 161st Street and Grand Concourse in the Bronx shoppers will find this Greenmarket, which offers fresh, locally grown vegetables, seasonal fruit, local honey, and quality baked goods, alongside Joyce Kilmer Park. To commemorate opening day, members of the Jazz Foundation will perform at market from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 1st.
We’re so excited that free opportunities to canoe, sail, and bird watch have returned to Hunts Point Riverside Park thanks to Rocking the Boat! Rocking the Boat is a non-profit organization in the South Bronx dedicated to help kids set and achieve their goals. Rocking the Boat is committed to helping its participants: This summer they are returning after the pandemic to hold rowing events every Saturday during the summer.
Summer officially kicks off in less than a month and you will be hard pressed to find a better way to spend your time than at the beach. New York has several beaches that are lively and filled with New York energy during the summer months. After spending all that energy enjoying yourself at the beach, the Bronx has many amazing restaurants that offer a great variety of different foods.