Friday, July 1, 2011

☞ SEE: Around Harlem this Weekend

Friday, July 1st,  6:00 PM, Rehearsal with HSA students, music legend Roy Ayers and the Jazz Mafia Orchestra, 645 Saint Nicholas Avenue at 141st Street.  As a part of the two-day Jazz Intensive HSA is inviting the public to watch the group as they prepare for their performance Saturday, July 2 at SummerStage in Central Park. For more information visit

Saturday, July 2nd,9:00 AM-5:00 PM, Morningside Park Farmers Market, corner of 110th Street and Manhattan Avenue.  Check out the new seasonal and locally grown and produced goods while enjoying Morningside Park: LINK

Saturday, July 2nd,8:00 AM-4:00 PM, Mount Morris Park Historic District Farmers Market has opened for the season at 124th Street and Fifth Avenue: LINK

Saturday, July 2nd,  1:00 PM, Harlem Artz, Rootz & Rhythm Festival 2011,  Jackie Robinson Park Bandshell, 148th Street and Bradhurst Avenue. The Artz Rootz & Rhythm (ARR) festival will take place at Jackie Robinson Park Bandshell in Central Harlem. Get there early and bring your chairs. Featuring: Samurai Boot Camp, Michael C. Lewis Jazz Experience, Vocalist, Kyra Climingbear, Spoken Word Artist, D-Black and Vocalist and Keyboardist, V-Rich: LINK

Sunday, July 3rd, 2:00 PM-4:00 PM, Cuban Salsa at the Harlem Meer Festival, Central Park at 110th Street between Fifth and Lenox Avenues.  Los Soneros de Oriente performs at the weekly summer Sunday festival by the Dana Discovery Center: LINK

Monday, July 4th, 10:00 PM-6:00 PM, The Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street. Celebrate the 235th birthday of our nation on July 4 at the Museum of the City of New York! The first 235 people to arrive at the Museum on Monday, July 4th, will receive free admission.  Just Print out above flyer or display it on your mobile device. More details on current exhibits can be found at MCNY: LINK

Monday, July 4th, Fireworks Viewing at the West Harlem Piers, Riverside Drive and 125th Street.  The annual fireworks is on the Hudson this year and folks have gathered on the West Harlem Piers to get a glimpse in the past. LINK

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