Thursday, June 4

Community Events

Smile, It's Your Close Up 2: Warhol's Factory Workers

To District 8 With Love
Harlem Town Hall Discussing the Effects of Police Raids + Closing #Rikers Island
East Harlem Holiday Tree Lighting
Marcos Dimas in Conversation with Jonathan Allen
A Very Feminist Panel: The Woes of Being a Weirdo of Colour
8th Annual Harlem Crafts Fair on December 10
Inversions Workshop (Iyengar Style!)
Community Town Hall for the Puerto Rican Diaspora
Harlem Rent Freeze Housing Event

El Barrio in the ’80s
Book Launch: Joseph Rodriguez's El Barrio in the '80sTuesday, December 12 | 6:30pm – 8:30pm
The Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Ave at 103rd Street

When Brooklyn-raised photographer Joseph Rodriguez first debuted his body of work shot in Spanish Harlem in the 1980’s, it truly captured the spirit of the neighborhood. During this era, El Barrio was confronted with some of the city’s most endemic problems including crime, drugs, AIDS, and chronic unemployment. Despite this grim prognosis, the neighborhood still maintained a vibrant community and sense of pride. Now, three decades later, his new book, Spanish Harlem: El Barrio in the ’80s, revisits this groundbreaking series of photographs – unearthing huge new caches of images and re-framing the project as one that pushed beyond documentary into the realm of fine art. To celebrate the launch of this book, photographer Joseph Rodriguez will discuss his experience photographing the neighborhood and the inspiration behind these images.
Community District 4 School Leadership Team Building Capacity

#GodBoxTalk: Embracing Religious & Spiritual Diversity of African People
#GodBoxTalk: Embracing Religious & Spiritual Diversity of African PeopleThursday, December 14th | 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute
120 East 125th Street

 Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute in collaboration with The God Box Foundation presents God Box Talk: Embracing the Religious and Spiritual Diversity of the African People. Join us for a dynamic Interfaith Dialogue between esteemed African and African Diasporan Religious Scholars and Practitioners.Uptown Flicks Presents: BPM (120 Battements par minute)
3-K For All Information Session Event in East Harlem School Districts 4 for the Fall of 2018-2019 school year
Dec. 16 Holiday Crafts at Casabe
Holiday Open Studio Tour
2017 NYSoM Winter Wonderland in Harlem
Smashing Patriarchy: Healing and Building for Our Liberation
La Gran Fiesta Navideña - LP21's Great Annual Xmas Party
Holiday Party with RevFit!
Holiday Pop-Up Market at La Marqueta
LP21's Un Sancocho Musical - Aguinaldeño
Kwanzaa Celebration: Regeneration Night - Apollo Theater

El Museo del Barrio presents the 41st Annual Three Kings Day Parade
El Museo del Barrio presents the 41st Annual Three Kings Day ParadeJanuary 5, 2018 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
106th Street & Lexington Avenue to 115th Street & Park Avenue

Our favorite time of the year is upon us! Enjoy live camels, colorful puppets, parrandas, music and dancing on this magical day. In honor of the 41st anniversary, we celebrate Freedom Fighters who have made significant contributions to the Latino community. The parade route begins on 106th Street and Lexington Avenue and ends on 115th Street and Park Avenue. Join us!
House of Duende
Mambo wednesdays