MAY 9 - 19, 2019
OFFICE OF THE BRONX BOROUGH PRESIDENT The Bronx County Building 851 Grand Concourse Bronx, New York 10451 Ruben Diaz Jr.
TEL: 718-590-3500 FAX: 718-590-3537
Dear Neighbor: Once again, I am thrilled to announce the arrival of our annual celebration of the best of our borough: Bronx Week! Now in its 48th year, Bronx Week 2019 promises to be an amazing celebration of everything that makes our borough a great place to live, work and raise a family. I invite everyone to join me for a full slate of wonderful events, which will take place from May 9th through May 19th, and will feature exciting festivities and fun activities in every corner of The Bronx. My office, the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (BOEDC) and The Bronx Tourism Council have put together some great events for Bronx Week this year that the whole community can take part in and enjoy. Please use this calendar to guide your Bronx Week activities and to explore our borough during this time of celebration. On Saturday, May 18th, we will host the highly-anticipated Bronx Ball where we will honor our 2019 Bronx Walk of Fame inductees. The next day we will wrap up the 11-day festival with our Bronx Week Grand Finale, during which we will officially induct this year’s honorees to The Bronx Walk of Fame on the Grand Concourse. Later that day, Bronxites and visitors from across the region will celebrate their achievements at our annual parade, street festival, and concert on Mosholu Parkway. Bronx Week celebrates the best of the borough—our veterans, mothers, seniors, youth, business leaders, volunteers, artists, civic leaders and hometown greats. It is a week devoted to the people who matter most to this borough—people just like you. My office has worked alongside the BOEDC and The Bronx Tourism Council, to make this year’s Bronx Week a special and memorable event. I am honored to once again be part of this amazing annual tradition, and can’t wait to see you at this year’s events! Sincerely,
Ruben Diaz Jr.
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Events and times are subject to change. We recommend calling ahead for up-to-date information. For more events, visit www.ilovethebronx.com EVENTS IN RED ARE OFFICIALLY HOSTED BY THE OFFICE OF BRONX BOROUGH PRESIDENT RUBEN DIAZ JR., THE BRONX OVERALL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, THE BUSINESS INITIATIVE CORPORATION OF NEW YORK OR THE BRONX TOURISM COUNCIL.
Thursday, May 9th May 11th through May18th Saturdays and Sundays (Finals on May 18th beginning at 2pm)
2019 African Nations’ Cup Soccer Tournament The Bronx is home to a growing African community with residents hailing from countries throughout the continent. In the spirit of sportsmanship, along with the Borough President’s African Advisory Council, residents of the diverse African diaspora play together in the annual Bronx African Nations’ Cup Soccer. Macombs Dam Park (Ruppert’s Place and W. 161st Street-Across From Yankee Stadium)
Friday, May 10th
11am – 3pm
8th Annual Bronx Week Centenarian Event where we take the time to celebrate Bronxites whohave been blessed to live 95+ years! The Bronx Borough President honors the pillars of God’s great country called The Bronx! Contact Larcenia Walton for tickets or more information at 718-590-6248 or email@example.com Villa Barone Manor, 737 Throggs Neck Expwy
15th Annual Bronx Health Summit
21st Annual Bankers Breakfast
8am – 11am
Over 400 financial leaders, business owners, real estate brokers, accountants, attorneys, and technical assistance providers come together to meet lenders actively working to assist with the Business Initiatives of New York’s 504 loan program. The Keynote Speaker will be John C. Williams, President and CEO of Federal Reserve Bank of New York. If you would like to sponsor OR attend this breakfast contact Rafael Roger at RRoger@boedc.org or 718.590-3980.
$75 Early, $80 At Door
5:30pm – 8pm
The Health Summit will focus on the city’s efforts to build equity and will bring together key stakeholders and advocates concerned about health disparities in the South Bronx. Lincoln Medical Center, 234 East 149th Street
Through May 16
Hip Hop Coffee Shop 7am – 6pm
Bronx Mom’s Night Out
The Boogie Down Grind Café is the only Bronx themed immersive hospitality environment. We show off the rich history of hip-hop, graffiti, and current talent every day. We offer a 15% discount on all drinks for anyone who mentions “Bronx Week Discount”. Food is regular price.
6pm – 10 pm
Bronxmama and Trendy Chaos are hosting an evening of pampering, music, giveaways, demos, and much more! Grab your mom, sister, and girlfriends, and join other Bronx moms for a fun evening celebrating motherhood!
The Boogie Down Grind Café 868 Hunts Point Ave.
The Mall at Bay Plaza, 200 Baychester Avenue
Bronx Private Industry Council Launch 12pm – 3pm
HERE to HERE Celebrate the launch of The Bronx Private Industry Council with HERE to HERE For more information contact Abby Jo Sigal at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Saturday, May 11th
Health Day 11am – 2pm
Join Bronx Week health sponsors Montefiore, Healthfirst, United Healthcare, Lincoln Hospital and others for a day of free screenings, physical activities and wellness tips. Cheer on the Bronx Father’s Taking Action’s “Father and Child Softball Classic” as teams of dads and their kids engage in a friendly competition. There will be give-a-ways and helpful health information. P.S. 18, 502 Morris Avenue
Mother’s Day Weekend Garden Party
10am – 6pm
The New York Botanical Garden is the most spectacular spring landscape that New York City has to offer this Mother’s Day Weekend. Enjoy live music, outdoor games, floral demonstrations, picnicking and more on Saturday, May 11th and Sunday, May 12th from 10am to 6pm. Choose from scrumptious offerings for sale from a great selection of food trucks, and also round out your visit with a beautiful addition to your home or plant collection from the NYBG Shop. New York Botanical Garden, 2900 Southern Blvd., www.nybg.org
$48 + Admission
School Garden and Farm Bus Tour 10:45am – 2:30pm
Visit four unique school gardens and urban farms that demonstrate a bounty of learning and growing. First stop will be DeWitt Clinton High School which hosts Meg’s Garden, the James Baldwin Outdoor Learning Center, and the Teens for Food Justice Hydroponics Farm Lab. Next we’ll see all the gardening and art that can be done in a smaller space at the PS 32 Belmont Children’s Garden. Finally we’ll have lunch at the Morris Campus Educational Farm that features a hoop house, production beds, culinary, and mindfulness areas. *Please bring ID* DeWitt Clinton High School 100 W. Mosholu Pkwy South
Ages 2-12: $12.00; Ages 13 & up: $20.00
Bronx Fathers Taking Action 11am – 3pm
Attention all fathers, uncles, grandfathers, and male role models. Come out and compete with your child(ren) at Patterson Playgrounds at our first ever Father and Child Softball Classic. We will be putting together two teams to compete in a friendly seven-inning softball exhibition game. This event will consist of family engagement, organizations tabling and will encourage fathers to enjoy a great day with their son(s) and/or daughter(s). Sports Attire is strongly recommended. Equipment will be provided if needed. Ages 9 & Up. A light lunch will be provided. Women are welcome to participate. Families must RSVP to attend this event at email@example.com Patterson Playground, 448 College Avenue
Tandem Bikes for People with Disabilities 11am – 2:30pm
The Intandem Bikes will provide FREE bike lessons and rides for people with disabilities at Second Saturdays in St Mary’s Park (Mott Haven). We are also, riding from St. Mary’s Park and heading to Randall’s Island to visit and learn about the Randall’s Island Urban Farm located on the Wards Meadow Loop in New York City.
Second Saturdays in St. Mary’s Park Kick-Off 11am – 3pm
Second Saturdays, the signature program of BronxWorks Healthy & Livable Mott Haven, will occur every second Saturday through October. Now in its fourth year, the event series has brought nearly 4,000 participants to St. Mary’s Park to volunteer, connect, be active, and learn. Join us for: stewardship & volunteer projects; fitness, yoga, & sports; biking, running, and walking tours; artistic, musical & cultural activities; health screenings & wellness resources; food tastings & giveaways BronxWorks Healthy & Livable Mott Haven, E. 149th St. & Eagle Ave.
Celebrate Bike Month in Mott Haven 11am – 3pm
We are riding from St. Mary’s Park, Mott Haven and heading to Randall’s Island to visit and learn about the Randall’s Island Urban Farm located on the Wards Meadow Loop in New York City. The family-friendly ride are for all ages, all fitness levels and support tandem bikes, bike carriers, cargo bikes and handcycles. The Intandem Bikes will provide FREE bike lessons and rides for people with disabilities. Also, Norma Colon, Iyengar Yoga & Iyengar Yoga National Association of US and founder of Yoga Norma will provide FREE outdoor yoga for adults. The yoga class welcomes the deaf community, ASL Interpreter provided upon request. Uptown & Boogie Bicycle Advocacy, Meeting Point: St. Mary’s Park, on 149th by the Big Rock Learn more at http://ubbicycle.org/events/
Intandem Bikes, E. 149th St. & Eagle Ave. For more information visit: http://intandembike.org/
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Sunday, May 12th
Tuesday, May 14th
PuppetMobile in St. Mary’s Park 12pm – 2:30pm Looking for something free to do with the family during Bronx Week? Catch the City Parks Foundation’s PuppetMobile production of Bessie’s Big Shot featuring Bessie the Cow. The City Parks Foundation’s PuppetMobile, E. 149th St. & Eagle Ave.
Labor Breakfast 10am – 12pm
9am – 5pm
A Sunday in mid-May, in a garden as deeply loved as Wave Hill, is the perfect setting for celebrating Mom. Treat her to a session of Yoga in the Garden in the morning, followed by brunch and a guided family tour of Wave Hill. End the day by getting her something special from The Shop! Wave Hill, West 249th Street and Independence Avenue, www.wavehill.org Admission to the grounds on Mother’s Day is $12 adults, $6 students and seniors 65+ and $4 for children ages six to 18. As always, admission is free to Wave Hill Members and children under six. Additional pricing for Yoga in the Garden and Mother’s Day Brunch.
55th Anniversary of Andy Montañez 8pm – 11pm
Montañez, during his 15-year tenure as a lead vocalist of the, “El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico” produced over 37 albums that included such hit songs as “Hojas Blancas”, “Un Verano en Nueva York”, “El Barbero Loco”, “Ponme el Alcoholado Juana”, “El Swing”, “Julia”, Las Hojas Blancas and “Vagabundo.” Andy Montañez will be joined by several of Puerto Rico’s most illustrious talents: Victoria Sanabria, El Trio Ideal, Johnny Olivo & Herencia De Plena. Come see him perform at Lehman Center!
Monday, May 13th Bronx Veterans’ Appreciation Breakfast
10am – 12pm
Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. and his Bronx Veterans Advisory Council will pay tribute to our Borough’s veterans and salute those who continue to give back to their communities.
Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. salutes the Labor Movement at the Annual Bronx Week Labor Breakfast. We will hear from leading dignitaries of the movement, celebrate the wonderful work of organized labor and recognize heroes. Honorees include Kyle Bragg of 32BJ, Kim Medina from DC 1707, Lucia Gomez from the NYC Central Labor Council, Maf Uddin from ASAAL and DC37 and Joe Geiger from the NYC and Vicinity District Council of Carpenters.
Business Luncheon 12pm
Bronx businesses continue to flourish and many more want to move into our business hubs. As a result, over 110,000 additional Bronx residents are now employed since 2009. Eleven Bronx businesses will be honored by 100 of their very own peers for their commitment to our borough, as well as their continued expansion and innovative work force. Each will be presented with a citation from Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. For more information contact Angelina Teran at: ATeran@boedc.org
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts, 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West
Tickets: VIP $100, $85, $75, $65
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50th Finale Spring Fest at Lehman College
Wednesday, May 15th A Forum For African/Immigrant Communities
3pm – 8pm
Don’t miss the hottest FREE outdoor festival in The Bronx! Come celebrate the grand finale of Lehman College 50th anniversary celebration! Our SpringFest, on the campus’ quad, will feature performances by world renowned and local artists. The all-star lineup includes celebrity DJ Self of Power 105.1, one of NYC’s leading hip hop and R&B stations, international recording artist Lyrikal, La Orquesta Jeryco, the steppers of Sigma Phi Rho, the Statik Vision rock band, the student jazz and dance ensembles at Lehman College, and many more. On the food front, there will be free samples and a concession stand to tickle your taste buds. Bring your dancing shoes, your appetite and your love of culture (and don’t forget your blanket/chair). Lehman College, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West,
5:30pm – 7:30pm
With Resources and Presentation from: NYC Housing Preservation & Development; affordable housing and lottery application assistance, Taxi & Limousine Commission; Fine Settlements/Office of Inclusion/Driver Income, Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs; and Public Charge/Immigrant Worker’s Rights. Panel, followed by Q & A and Resource Fair. Light Dinner will be provided for breaking fast. To attend please rsvp at: http://our.cityofnewyork.us/AIC
Animation Screening of Work by BRAC Teaching Artists
International Community High School – 345 Brook Avenue
6pm – 8pm
The Bronx River Art Center will be hosting a screening of its current and past Animation Teaching Artists in our NEW event space. Bronx River Art Center, 1087 East Tremont Avenue @ West Farms Square
$5.00 suggested donation, FREE for current BRAC students and members.
RSVP required at https://50thfinalespringfest. eventbrite.com.
A Prayer for The Bronx 7:30pm – 8:30pm
A “Prayer for The Bronx” is being hosted by Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church (4360 Rev. Theodore Wittrock Crossing [Boyd Avenue] The Bronx, NY 10466-1804) on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 7:30PM in recognition of “Bronx Week.” Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church, 4360 Rev. Theodore Wittrock Crossing [Boyd Avenue]
Thursday, May 16th Alzheimer’s Caregiver Link Program Caregiver Wellness Session
The BronxWorks 2019 Lifting Lives Gala Benefiting Children, Families and Seniors of The Bronx.
5:30pm – 6:30pm
If you are caring for someone with memory loss, join us! The classes are 45-60 minutes in duration and they consist of simple techniques that if practiced regularly, can help caregivers control stress and decrease anxiety. This improves caregiver’s cardiovascular health and provides a greater capacity for tranquility. R.A.I.N. Alzheimer’s Caregiver Link Program, 3377 White Plains Road Call to register 347-346-9676
6pm – 9pm
Lisa Evers, Fox 5 News Reporter and Street Soldiers Host/Executive Producer will emcee the event and Major League Baseball Legend Dwight “Doc” Gooden will serve as Special Ambassador. The Gala, which is the Agency’s largest annual fundraiser, is instrumental in supporting BronxWorks programs. The Lifting Lives Gala will feature a silent auction, entertainment, and other exciting activities. BronxWorks will spotlight three distinguished honorees for their contributions to the Agency and to The Bronx. Each year, BronxWorks provides services to 50,000 individuals across 37 Bronx locations. As the mission states, BronxWorks helps individuals and families improve their economic and social well-being. From toddlers to seniors, we feed, shelter, teach, and support our neighbors to build a stronger community.
Senior Event: To Be Young Again!
11am – 3pm
Comedy Show for seniors only! Experience a candy land décor and comedy show with music, international finger foods, giveaways photos and lots of fun!
BronxWorks, The Grand Hyatt New York, 109 E. 42nd Street
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Parent Appreciation Event
Saturday, May 18th
Come out and celebrate, parents, students and community leaders for their leadership and service to The Bronx School community. Dinner will be served. For more information contact Education and Youth Services at 718-590-6012. To RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org For more information contact Monica Major at: email@example.com
Iftar in the City
Bronx Rising! Jasmine’s Song
6pm – 8:30pm
Annual celebration that brings together NYC’s diverse communities during the Islamic month of Ramadan. Participants celebrate with Muslim New Yorkers as they break their daily fast, and dine at a long communal table set up on St. Raymond Avenue. Accommodations for those observing the brief sunset prayer will be set up on the street. Halal & Vegetarian meals will be served. All are welcome! St. Raymond Avenue, between Olmstead Avenue and Purdy Street
3:30pm – 5:30pm
In celebration of Chamber Music Appreciation Month, The Bronx Arts Ensemble and Lehman College’s Children’s Theatre Company will present an original musical play to engender music appreciation in young people. With a pre-concert discussion to introduce children to the instruments used in the performance. Recommended for elementary and middle school students. Two shows: 3:30pm & 4:30pm. Bronx Music Heritage Center 1303 Louis Nine Blvd.
Admission: $7 | $5 for students & seniors FREE for kids 12 & under
Alpine Trough Day
10am – 5pm
Alpine troughs function as miniature, self-contained rock gardens, displaying a variety of diminutive plants in a small amount of space. Small but rugged, alpine troughs enable all gardeners to experiment creatively with rock gardening, even those with pint-sized gardens or limited time. Spend the day with alpine trough expert Lori Chips and Wave Hill’s own experts as they share the art of trough gardening through talks, walks and workshops. Wave Hill West 249th Street and Independence Avenue Garden Talk is $10; Master Class is $80; all other activities are free with admission to the grounds. Admission is $10 Adults, $6 Students and Seniors 65+, $4 Children 6+, free to Members and children under 6.
RSVP at https://our.cityofnewyork.us/page/s/IftarInCity4
Friday, May 17th Bronx Educational Opportunity Center
10am – 2pm Job Fair to connect Bronx residents to hiring employers. We expect over 50 employers with a variety of career opportunities.
SUNY Bronx Educational Opportunity Center, 1666 Bathgate Avenue
Peace & Health Co-op City Bronx Week Event 4pm – 8pm
Cardiovascular, diabetes, HepC, HIV testing. General population, adults, seniors, youth. Guest speakers on health. Guest speakers and video presentation for youth, as well as music and entertainment. Tabling of Bronx Community Organizations and CB10. Bronx Clergy Task Force, 135 Einstein Loop
Montefiore Teddy Bear Hospital 10 am – 2pm
Children 12 years and under will learn about how a hospital emergency room works, when they receive a free Teddy Bear, that will be triaged, treated, and discharged by real doctors, nurses, and technicians. Event is “Rain or Shine”. Montefiore Medical Center, Wakefield Campus, 600 East 233rd Street
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Spring Uncorked 12pm – 4pm
Kingsbridge Heights Community Center Neighborhood Festival 11am – 4pm
Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (KHCC)’s 7th Annual Neighborhood Festival will be held in the street outside of the main site at 3101 Kingsbridge Terrace to celebrate the culture of the community. The family-friendly event will feature gardening activities, face painting, games, and special live performances. There will also be a comic book workshop led by legendary Hip-Hop artist Darryl “DMC” McDaniels. Attendees will have a chance to participate in a raffle with great prizes, enjoy flavorful BBQ, and learn more about KHCC’s programs. Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, 3101 Kingsbridge Terrace
Enjoy the perfect pairing of springtime beauty & local wines at the New York Botanical Garden. Featuring wineries from Hudson Valley, Brooklyn, and Long Island, the spring beauty of NYBG sets the scene for this wine lover’s weekend. Enjoy samples, listen to live music and learn the science behind winemaking. Drop by the spring preview of the NYBG Farmers Market for freshly bakes goods and other delicious treats. New York Botanical Garden, 2900 Southern Blvd. For more information, please visit our website at: www.nybg.org/event/spring-wine weekend (adults 21 and older - please bring photo ID)
Flotilla Celebration at Hunts Point Riverside Park 12pm – 3pm Bronx River Alliance
13th Annual Grandparents Ball 12pm – 6pm
This “Dress to Impress” Red Carpet Ball brings diverse groups from New York City and the tri-state area together in celebration of the diversity of our beloved city during Bronx Week. The Ball begins at 12 noon with a VIP Reception and an Awards Ceremony. This award is given to individuals who demonstrate a spirit of nurturing and commitment to their family and their community. The Ball will also include a dinner, live entertainment, open bar and dancing. The entertainment lineup will feature performers representing the diversity of our beloved city. PLUS fashion photography of guests and honorees on the Red Carpet! Maestro’s Caterers, 1703 Bronxwood Avenue
12pm – 5pm
DreamFest is a family-friendly event/performance space. There will be an array of Bronx-based serving vendors, performances by students and Bronx artists, interactive gaming stations, a bounce house and more! DreamYard, 1125 Grand Concourse
Greet Paddlers and enjoy free performance and activities at Hunts Point Riverside Drive
Hunts Point Riverside Park, 1409 Lafayette Ave.
6th Annual Marble Hill Annexation 12pm – 6pm
Join The Great and Glorious Grand Army of The Bronx for our 6th annual annexation of the neighborhood of Marble Hill in the name of The Bronx! We will be meeting at Mr. McGoo’s pub for pre-annexation drinks and as the spirit moves us we take the hill! All Bronxites are welcome to join us, all Manhattanites are welcome to heckle us. Mr. McGoo’s Pub, 5602 Broadway
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Review, Revise & Polish: 10 Ways To Self-Edit Your Work
Bronx Living Legend Concert: Benny Ayala
One of the biggest differences between a first and final draft of a memoir or fictional piece is the center of gravity. The center of gravity is the point around which your memoir revolves, the glue that holds it together, the thing without which there would be no memoir or fiction. In this workshop we will explore ten different ways in which you can make a successful transition from first draft to final draft in order to prepare a manuscript for consideration for publication.
The BMHC Bronx Living Legends series, which honors Bronx music legends for their careers as performers and educators, will honor Puerto Rican plenero Benny Ayala, for his career as a pioneering plenero in The Bronx and cultivating the next generation of plena and bomba musicians. Performance by Kinto Zonó.
12:30pm – 2:30pm
Sunday, May 19th
4pm – 6pm
Bronx Council on the Arts, NYPL Kingsbridge, 291 W. 231st Street
Annual Bronx Volunteer Recognition Day 9:30am – 11pm
Our annual Bronx Volunteer Recognition Day allows our borough to express heartfelt gratitude to civic-minded individuals for their dedication to making The Bronx a great place to live and work. This year we will salute the outstanding Bronx volunteers from the Make-AWish organization. By serving as Wish Granters, these volunteers help to provide physical and emotional benefits that can change the odds for kids fighting critical illness.
Bronx Music Heritage Center, 52 Park at 681 Kelly Street
Boogie Down Basura 2pm – 6pm
Come celebrate the arrival of summer with GreenFeen Organix, a Bronx-based solution for organic waste. Our mission is to rethink trash for The Bronx and beyond. We are a women of color led, worker-owned micro hauler, using composting and green technology to turn food scraps into soil and energy for a greener and healthier Bronx. The future is cooperative, come be a part of history and help our worker-owned cooperative get off the ground! Beer, Brewery Tour, Games, Raffles/Prizes, DJ, Hip Hop Cypher, Local Art and Vendors, and More! Bronx Brewery, 856 East 136th Street RSVP @ www.greefeenorganix.com
Annual Bronx Ball 6pm – 10pm
The most highly-anticipated event of the year takes place at Split Rock in Pelham Bay. Celebrities and New York City leaders come together to honor our hometown heroes in a black-tie extravaganza. To purchase tickets or tables, contact Tiffany Peluso TPeluso@boedc.org. For tickets and/or journal advertising opportunities, go to: www.ilovethebronx.com, call 718-590-3518 and/or email TPeluso@boedc.org
Induction Ceremony 11am
Be there as the 2019 Bronx Walk of Fame inductees take their rightful place on the Grand Concourse when they, alongside Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., unveil the street signs bearing their names. 851 Grand Concourse
Throggs Neck Volunteer Ambulance Corps. 40th Anniversary Fundraising Gala 7pm – 11pm
Celebrating 40 years of providing emergency medical services and training classes to the Throggs Neck/Country Club/Pelham Bay area with dinner, dancing, and raffles at the 40th Anniversary Fundraising Gala. We will also present the Women in EMS Award, and the Lifetime Membership, Community Supporter, and Member Excellence Awards at this event.
40th Vintage Artists Show 12pm – 3pm
40th Vintage Artists Gallery Reception featuring the work of artists 60+. Come see featured work including paintings, sculpture, photography and for the first time - digital art. Food and music included! RSS - Riverdale Senior Services, 2600 Netherland Avenue
International Caterers, 3243 Ampere Avenue
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Annual Bronx Week Parade
Bronx Week Grand Finale Concert
Bronx Pride is on display as celebrities, marching bands, community organizations, schools, sports teams and civic groups march along Mosholu Parkway, highlighting the best of the borough as this great community tradition celebrates its 48th anniversary. Participants include Bronx community businesses, political leaders, schools and institutions. Join the procession as Bronx Week comes to a close.
Our Bronx is flourishing with so much more diversity each year that passes, and with that, an amazing array of talent is being birthed each day as well. We want to continue this cultural growth by encouraging everyone to come out and empower those that are taking center stage, showcasing the talents they worked so very hard to achieve! All those that believe in The Bronx should definitely come out and enjoy what the borough has to offer! We will have an amazing program filled with our most popular groups! Dance to the sounds of Hip Hop, R&B, Salsa, Freestyle and so much more!
12pm – 6pm
12pm – 6pm
Mosholu Parkway between Van Cortland Avenue East and Bainbridge Avenue
Mosholu Parkway between Van Cortlandt Avenue East and Bainbridge Avenue
Bronx Week Street Festival 12pm – 6pm
The Bronx Week Food & Arts Festival, on the last day of Bronx Week, will feature artists and artisans selling their own creations. Come to the festival to buy something new for you or a loved one, get something to eat, hear some live music and have a great time along Mosholu Parkway with thousands of others celebrating The Bronx. Also, The Bronx Health Pavilion will offer free screenings and wellness information. Mosholu Parkway between Van Cortlandt Avenue East and Bainbridge Avenue
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Bronx Week 2019 is May 9 to the 19th! Come celebrate the Best of the Borough during Bronx Week!