If you didn’t already hear, the new Bronx Economic Guide has been released. But don’t let the name fool you- the guide is super interesting to read; you’ll find places to visit, facts, and other information that you probably don’t know about the borough. You can download the guide here. “This stunning guide not only presents a great picture of the Bronx, it shows businesses and others interested in investing
Congrats to Karin for winning the Disaster Preparedness Starter Kit from the Office of Emergency Management! OEM would like to encourage New Yorkers to Resolve to be Ready this year, and prepare themsleves for an emergency by taking three steps: Make a Plan, Get a Kit, Be Informed. On OEM’s Facebook page you can find more information and even take the first step in making a plan by selecting and sharing
The Weill Music Institute invites you to join your little ones for these free 45-minute interactive concerts, featuring songs, movement, and instrument demonstrations. Designed for kids aged 3–6, these events are also great for the entire family! Bring your little ones to these free, interactive, 45-minute concerts-especially designed for children ages three to six-which feature songs, movement, and instrument demonstrations and create opportunities for musical creativity and play.
Bronx bred Dominic Diaz enjoys a game at Yankee Stadium. Dominic is in Karate, is in a pre-medical program at his Elementary School and loves to dance. Dominic is a proud Bronx Bomber!
1st Annual Winterfest Celebration Saturday, January 22, 2011 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. It will be a day of wintry activities for the whole family at the Winterfest celebration sponsored by Parks’ Bronx Recreation division. The Winterfest will include sports and activities, family games, arts and crafts, information tables, winter demonstrations, and lots of entertainment. A very large turnout is expected and refreshments will be served. Location: St. James Recreation Center
Afterschool, Monday through Friday, Bronx youngsters can be found working on math problems by cutting colored paper into shapes and sizes to visually solve fractions, participating in spelling bees and word games and listening to Billie Holiday songs to learn about how jazz contributes to African-American history at Police Athletic League’s (PAL) After School Programs at PAL’s New South Bronx Center, PAL’s Webster-Giannone Center in Fordham-Tremont and PS 48 in
While there are lots of events going on this weekend in NYC in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., not everyone wants to spend a long train ride on their day off- so don’t forget that there are events right here in the Bronx that you can enjoy with your family!
The snow might still be on the ground, but this month at Wave Hill there are plenty of activities for you and your family. Be sure to check out the Hibernators Ball-where you don’t even have to change out of your PJ’s to enjoy yourself!
Saturday, February 5 · 3:00pm – 7:00pm 977 TIFFANY ST BRONX NY @ THE RALPHEAL HERNANDEZ ACADEMY…I.S 217 SPECIAL INVITED GUEST FROM B.E.T, HOT 97, MBK ENTERTAINMENT, MTV, GLORY 2 GLORY, ETC…THE SHOW IS A FAMILY SHOW WIT ACTS THAT WILL BE PERFORMING DANCE,SINGING, RAPPING, AND STEPPING FOR A PRIZE. Call (917) 285 3335 for tickets or more information.
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 –