Saturday, April 28th, 3:00 PM, John James Audubon's 227th Birthday at the Riverside Oval located at 156th Street and Riverside Drive which was the site of one of Audubon's barns. In commemoration of J.J. Audubon's 227th birthday, there will be a celebratory event at the new landmark district uptown - admire the flora, meet the neighbors and eat some cake. All Free! Get more information about the historic district on the official website: LINK.
Sunday April 29th, 3:00PM,The Harlem Chamber Players Spring Concert, St. Mary's Episcopal Church located, 521 West 126th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam. The Harlem Chamber Players present the final concert of their season next Sunday. Eric K. Washington, historian and author of Manhattanville: Old Heart of West Harlem will host the concert. Join HCP for an afternoon of wonderful music with a wine and cheese reception afterwards. Tickets are $15, $10 for Seniors/Students available at the door the day of or online at our website www.HarlemChamberPlayers.org
Sunday, April 29th, 7:30PM, Comedy Sundays at Covo, at the upstair lounge, 701 West 135th Street at 12th Avenue. Come check out the monthly comedy show with some of NYC's best comedians in one of Harlem's most unique lounges (top of a former railroad station). Hosted by NYC comedian William Mullin, this Sunday night show features comics Keith Alberstadt, Robin Carson Cloud, Adam Cozens and Leighann Lord alongside DJ Chris Washington. This is a Free event with drink specials: LINK