Hip4Kids TODAY Magaizne - May 2014

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Play Streets Streets Come out and Play! What is a Play Street? Play Streets are traffic-free streets that provide New York City’s youth and others with safe, supervised places to play outside. We play sports and games, lead arts and crafts activities, and lead dance classes, too. What is the goal of a Play Street? Our goal is to provide children with open space in their neighborhoods to be physically active and have fun outdoors. Our aim is to turn these Play Streets into spaces for positive social interaction and community building. How do Play Streets work? A Play Street is an area of active play managed and supervised by a community group. Play Streets operate, under adult supervision, between 10am to 2pm, one day per week. Where and when do Harvest Home Play Streets occur? West Harlem Located on Hamilton Place b/w 136th St. and Broadway Every Tuesday July 8th-August 26th 10 AM to 2 PM

Forest Avenue Located on Forest Ave b/w 156th St. and Westchester Ave Every Wednesday July 16th-August 27th 10 AM to 2 PM

East Harlem Located at 104th St. b/w 2nd and 3rd Avenues Every Tuesday & Thursday July 8thAugust 28th 10 AM to 2 PM

River Avenue Located on Mc Clellan St. b/w River Ave and Jerome Ave Every Friday July 11th-August 29th 10 AM to 2 PM

104-106 East 126th Street Unit 4A www.harvesthomefm.org

Phone: 212-828-3361

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