Friday, October 28, 2011

☞ SEE: Around Harlem this Weekend

Friday-Saturday, October 28th-29th,7:30 PM, The Christian Scott Quintet at the Gatehouse, 150 Convent Avenue at 135th Street. The Christian Scott Quintet will premiere five new compositions that seek to build a new Harmolodic system using seamless compositional forms with the types of collective improvisational elements of the early Jazz of New Orleans interwoven with textural elements of Modern Alt Rock. Advance $25 tickets may be purchased on line: LINK

Saturday, October 29th, 8:00 AM-4:00 PM, Mount Morris Park Historic District Farmers Market is open for the season at 124th Street and Fifth Avenue: LINK

Saturday,  October 29th, 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, October 29th, 1:00 PM, Children’s Make-Some-Noise Costume Parade will begin in Marcus Garvey Park’s northwest corner near West 124 Street and Mount Morris Park West, and will follow the lead of the Grand Marshall. The spooky group will make its way in and around Marcus Garvey Park, and return to the little playground, north of Pelham Fritz Center.: LINK

Saturday, October 29th, 1:00PM -2:30PM, Lecture: The Federalist & the Fight for the Constitution at the Morris Jumel Mansion, 65 Jumel Terrace, between 160th and 161st Street. On October 27th, 1787, the Independent Journal in New York published Federalist 1, and thus began the conversation that would define the Constitution. Historian and tour operator Jimmy Napoli will speak about the struggle behind the creation of the United States. This lecture is FREE but advanced registration is required. Call 212.923.8008.  More details on the Morris-Jumel site: LINK

Sunday, October 30th, 4:00PM-8:00PM, The Shrine Sunday Jazz Jam Session with Lu Reid, 2271 ACP/7th Avenue and 134th Street. Spontaneous Jazz does not happen at Lincoln Center...or BAM! Check out local jazz artist Lu Reid at this early Sunday evening jam: LINK

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