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Bronx Things To Do This Weekend

Daylight Savings Time, Baad!Ass Women Film Fest, Trump Immigration Photo Exhibit, Art at Andrew Freedman Home, Bronx Latinos, Mott Haven History, Art vs Transit, Orchid Show & Zoo

bronx things to do bronx* March 6, 2020 / Things To Do Bronx / Bronx Neighborhoods / Bronx Buzz NYC.

* Weather. The Temperature highs will be in the high 40's on Friday & Saturday, rising to nearly 60 on Sunday. The temperature lows will be in the mid 30's on Friday & Saturday, rising to the mid 40's on Sunday. Rain is in the forecast for Friday, likely between 10 am - 9 pm, but the total rainfall will only be about a quarter inch. It will be cloudy on Saturday only. Winds will be 10 - 15 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be in the mid 60's % dropping to the mid 30% range on Saturday and Sunday. Click for Bronx Weather.

* MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

* The photo at right was taken in the Port Morris neighborhood of the Bronx. Gentrification has been going on for a long time and seems to have a ways to go.

* Enjoy yourself this weekend by visiting Bronx historic, artistic & cultural centers - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - Trump Revolution: Immigration at Bronx Doc Film & The Living Room | Kitchen at the Andrew Freedman Home

* The Bronx Doc Film Center at 614 Courtlandt Avenue in the Melrose neighborhood of the Bronx is hosting a photo exhibit entitled Trump Revolution - Immigration, which runs from February 15 - March 29, 2020. They are open Thursday & Friday from 3 - 7 pm & Saturday / Sunday from 1 - 5 pm [film / free rsvp at www.bronxdoc.org]. And www.theworkingtheater.org.

* The Living Room | Kitchen is on exhibit through April 4th at the Andrew Freedman Home at 1125 Grand Concourse [www.andrewfreedmanhome.org]. Their hours are Monday - Thursday 9 am - 7 pm, Friday 9 am - 5 pm and Saturday 10 am - 5.30 pm.

"Featuring 11 Black and Brown local artists, "The Living Room Kitchen" is an exhibition which centers around the
spaces of gathering in a home, and hones in on the weight& memories these spaces hold."

* At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there are generally weekend programs including concerts and talks [$8 / $4 / $2 / parks / history / www.wavehill.org].

 

Saturday - Baad!Ass Women Film Fest, Mott Haven History & Story of Bronx Latinos

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right shows a photo found in the bathroom at the Bronx Brewery in Port Morris. The bar and brewery has an interesting mix of history, art & culture hanging and painted on its walls. They also have a food truck out back that makes fresh to order empanadas.

* The Bronx Historical Society is located at 3309 Bainbridge Avenue at 208th Street in the Norwood neighborhood. Currently on exhibit is Mott Haven - An Historic District Turns 50 - thru 4/23/20. They also have an ongoing exhibit entitled History of the Bronx Latino. Latinos have been the largest and fastest growing demographic in the Bronx since the mid 20th century, but Latinos had also arrived in the Bronx in the 19th century [1800's] along with other early immigrant ethnic groups. They're open Saturday 10 am - 4 pm & Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / www.bronxhistoricalsociety.org].

* The Bronx Historical Society also runs the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage at 2640 Grand Concourse at East Kingsbridge Road in the Belmont neighborhood which is open Thursday & Friday 10 am - 3 pm, Saturday 10 am - 4 pm & Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / history].

* The Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance or BAAD Bronx at 2474 Westchester Avenue in the Westchester Square neighborhood is presenting a film series entitled, Baad!Ass Women that runs Saturdays in March. as well as Tuesday, March 24 & Friday, March 27th. It's described as,

"... celebrating the empowerment of women through art, culture and performance. The festival kicks off on March 7 with the dynamic and prolific choreographer Sidra Bell and continues through March 28 with six events of dance, literature, film and performance by strong and poignant women ... "

Most of the film screenings are free, but require rsvp, and the March 14th & 27th events are $15 / $20 at www.baadbronx.org.

* Also see events posted above and below that run thru the Weekend.

 

Sunday - Spring Forward into Daylight Savings Time, Art vs Transit 1977 - 1987 @ Bronx Museum, Orchid Show @ NYBG, Bronx Zoo

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right was taken in the vestibule at Charlies Bar & Kitchen in Mott Haven.

* On Sunday we get to spring forward at 2 am [move your clock to 3 am] when Daylight Savings Time begins.

* The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street is hosting Henry Chalfant - Art vs Transit 1977 - 1987, which runs through March 8th that's described as,

"featur[ing] documentation of works no-longer extant by legendary subway writers, including Dondi, Futura, Lady
Pink, Lee Quiñones, Zephyr, and including Bronx legends Blade, Crash, DAZE, Dez, Kel, Mare, SEEN, Skeme, and T-Kid. The exhibition also includes significant and rare historical ephemera and photographs that register the birth of hip hop."

It appears to be free admission [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org]. Hours are Wednesday - Sunday from 11 am - 6 pm except Fridays when they stay open until 8 pm.

* The 18th annual Orchid Show begins Saturday 2/15/ 2020 and runs through April 19, 2020 at the New York Botanical Garden at 2900 Southern Blvd near the Norwood, Fordham and Belmont neighborhoods is home to a number of other interesting exhibits, including copies of Darwin's first editions and a somewhat virgin forest dating back a couple of centuries [10am - 6pm / kids / Weekend tickets are $30 / $28 / $18 and weekedays $23 / $20 / $10 / under 2 free / www.nybg.org].

* The Bronx Zoo is located at 2300 Southern Blvd in the Fordham Manor neighborhood of the Bronx. The Bronx Zoo at 2300 Southern Blvd offers a variety of activities for adults and kids including Sea Lion & Penguin feedings, Camel rides, Bug Carousel rides, 4 D Theater, Wild Asia Monorail and a Zoo Shuttle. The zoo is open during daylight hours and costs $27 for kids and $37 for adults or a year-long family pass which includes membership for $200. Wednesdays free / www.bronxzoo.com.

* See events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend.

 

Week Beginning 3.9.20 - Public Health Meeting & Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Transition Period

* On Tuesday, March 10th, the Pelham Parkway Neighborhood Association is holding a meeting beginning at 7.15 pm at the Bronx House at 990 Pelham Parkway South. Special guest will be Joe Franklin from the NYC Board Of Health. Free.

* The NYC Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Began Sunday March 1st, but the government is giving businesses and consumers through the end of March to make the change before they begin enforcing it. The NYC Department of Sanitation is giving away free reusable bags at select locations in conjunction with NYC Councilmembers - use this url to see when the next event is being held near you - https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/site/dsnyevents

 

Bronx Things To Do, Farmers Mkts & Street Fairs

* March 2020 - Click here for reports about Bronx holiday events & markets and Bronx farmers markets, Bronx things to do and Bronx street fairs.

Click here for free summer movies in the Bronx, free summer theater in the Bronx and free summer concerts in the Bronx. Click for details of New Years parties in the Bronx or here for Bronx shopping venues and restaurants in the Bronx.

Also see Friday & Weekend Events above.

 

WORK IN PROGRESS. Asterisked events above have been updated.

On Tuesday, March 3rd, from 6.30 - 8 pm there's a Book Club at the Bronx Art Space at 305 East 140th Street #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx. The book being discussed is A Lucky Man by Jamel Brinkley. The event is hosted by One Book One Bronx which

"... seeks to resuscitate the beauty of reading, restore the intimacy of books and culture, and create a space that mines the cultural narratives of Bronx neighborhoods ..."

That seems as ambitious as it is laudable [free / literature / www.bronxartspace.com].


Bronx Things To Do This Weekend

Working Theater on Trump Immigration @ Bx Doc Film, Artists Talk at Bronx Art Space, Get Tough Get Baad Bronx Film Fest Ends, Exhibit at Andrew Freedman Home, Bronx Latinos, Mott Haven History, Art vs Transit, Orchid Show, Zoo & Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins

bronx things to do bronxFebruary 28, 2020 / Things To Do Bronx / Bronx Neighborhoods / Bronx Buzz NYC.

Weather. The Temperature highs will hover around 40 throughout the weekend. The temperature lows will be in the high 20's on Friday & Saturday, rising to the mid 30's on Sunday. No Precipitation is in the forecast this weekend. It will be cloudy on Saturday and a sunny Sunday. Winds will be 10 - 15 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be in the high 30% range all weekend. Click for Bronx Weather.

MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

The photo at right shows folks waiting for their orders at the Kitchen in Woodlawn Heights neighborhood of the Bronx. It seemed to be a popular mostly takeout eatery.

Enjoy yourself this weekend by visiting Bronx historic, artistic & cultural centers - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - Working Theater on Trump Revolution: Immigration & The Living Room | Kitchen

bronx things to do bronxThe photo at right shows a view looking south at Manhattan at dusk from Mott Haven near Charlies Bar & Kitchen which is a popular dining establishment in the neighborhood at Bruckner & Lincoln Avenue.

On Friday, February 28th there's a Working Theater Community Engagement Workshop from 6 - 8 pm at the Bronx Doc Film Center at 614 Courtlandt Avenue in the Melrose neighborhood of the Bronx. The basis of the engagement is the photo exhibit entitled Trump Revolution - Immigration, which runs from February 15 - March 29, 2020. They are open Thursday & Friday from 3 - 7 pm & Saturday / Sunday from 1 - 5 pm [film / free rsvp at www.bronxdoc.org]. And www.theworkingtheater.org.

The Living Room | Kitchen is on exhibit through April 4th at the Andrew Freedman Home at 1125 Grand Concourse [www.andrewfreedmanhome.org]. Their hours are Monday - Thursday 9 am - 7 pm, Friday 9 am - 5 pm and Saturday 10 am - 5.30 pm.

"Featuring 11 Black and Brown local artists, "The Living Room Kitchen" is an exhibition which centers around the
spaces of gathering in a home, and hones in on the weight& memories these spaces hold."

At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there are generally weekend programs including concerts and talks [$8 / $4 / $2 / parks / history / www.wavehill.org].

 

Saturday - Baad Film Fest Ends, Artists Talk Bx Art Space & Mott Haven History & Story of Bronx Latinos

bronx things to do bronxThe photo at right shows a mural at the Bronx Brewery in Port Morris. They have a food truck out back that makes fresh to order empanadas.

The Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance or BAAD Bronx at 2474 Westchester Avenue in the Westchester Square neighborhood is presenting a film series entitled, Get Tough! Get Baad! that runs from February 14th - Feb 29th. It's described as,

"annual series of films and events celebrating queer power, diversity, defiance, strength and visibility. The series was initiated in 2010 to celebrate queer strength and value, to take a stand against violence, and to counter negative and victimized images of queer people in the media from homophobic attacks in the Bronx and New York City"

Some of the film screenings are free, but require rsvp and others are $15 / $20 at www.baadbronx.org.

The Bronx Historical Society is located at 3309 Bainbridge Avenue at 208th Street in the Norwood neighborhood. Currently on exhibit is Mott Haven - An Historic District Turns 50 - thru 4/23/20. They also have an ongoing exhibit entitled History of the Bronx Latino. Latinos have been the largest and fastest growing demographic in the Bronx since the mid 20th century, but Latinos had also arrived in the Bronx in the 19th century [1800's] along with other early immigrant ethnic groups. They're open Saturday 10 am - 4 pm & Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / www.bronxhistoricalsociety.org].

The Bronx Historical Society also runs the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage at 2640 Grand Concourse at East Kingsbridge Road in the Belmont neighborhood which is open Thursday & Friday 10 am - 3 pm, Saturday 10 am - 4 pm & Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / history].

There's an artist talk on Saturday, February 29th at 4 pm in connection with the last day of the exhibit at the Bronx Art Space at 305 East 140th Street #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx. The exhibit is entitled Realism, Reality and Surreality running from January 24th - February 29th, 2020 featuring 55 local artists in a group exhibition. They come from various cultural backgrounds and they explore different themes from their own unique vantage point. They are open from 12 noon to 6.30 Wednesday through Friday and until 5 pm on Saturdays - except for special events like artists talks. [art / music / dance / www.bronxartspace.com / free].

Also see events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend.

 

Sunday - Art vs Transit 1977 - 1987 @ Bronx Museum, Orchid Show @ NYBG, Bronx Zoo & Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins

FYI - The NYC Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins Sunday March 1st. The NYC Department of Sanitation is giving away free reusable bags at select locations in conjunction with NYC Councilmembers - use this url to see when the next event is being held near you - https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/site/dsnyevents

The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street is hosting Henry Chalfant - Art vs Transit 1977 - 1987, which runs through March 8th that's described as,

"featur[ing] documentation of works no-longer extant by legendary subway writers, including Dondi, Futura, Lady
Pink, Lee Quiñones, Zephyr, and including Bronx legends Blade, Crash, DAZE, Dez, Kel, Mare, SEEN, Skeme, and T-Kid. The exhibition also includes significant and rare historical ephemera and photographs that register the birth of hip hop."

It appears to be free admission [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org]. Hours are Wednesday - Sunday from 11 am - 6 pm except Fridays when they stay open until 8 pm.

The 18th annual Orchid Show begins Saturday 2/15/ 2020 and runs through April 19, 2020 at the New York Botanical Garden at 2900 Southern Blvd near the Norwood, Fordham and Belmont neighborhoods is home to a number of other interesting exhibits, including copies of Darwin's first editions and a somewhat virgin forest dating back a couple of centuries [10am - 6pm / kids / Weekend tickets are $30 / $28 / $18 and weekedays $23 / $20 / $10 / under 2 free / www.nybg.org].

The Bronx Zoo is located at 2300 Southern Blvd in the Fordham Manor neighborhood of the Bronx. The Bronx Zoo at 2300 Southern Blvd offers a variety of activities for adults and kids including Sea Lion & Penguin feedings, Camel rides, Bug Carousel rides, 4 D Theater, Wild Asia Monorail and a Zoo Shuttle. The zoo is open during daylight hours and costs $27 for kids and $37 for adults or a year-long family pass which includes membership for $200. Wednesdays free / www.bronxzoo.com.

See events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend.

 

Week Beginning 3.2.20 - A Lucky Man at Bronx Art Space, Trump Revolution: the Working Theater & Plastic Grocery Bag Ban & Public Health Meeting

On Tuesday, March 3rd, from 6.30 - 8 pm there's a Book Club at the Bronx Art Space at 305 East 140th Street #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx. The book being discussed is A Lucky Man by Jamel Brinkley. The event is hosted by One Book One Bronx which

"seeks to resuscitate the beauty of reading, restore the intimacy of books and culture, and create a space that mines the cultural narratives of Bronx neighborhoods."

That seems as ambitious as it is laudable [free / literature / www.bronxartspace.com].

The Bronx Doc Film Center at 614 Courtlandt Avenue in the Melrose neighborhood of the Bronx is hosting a photo exhibit entitled Trump Revolution - Immigration, which runs from February 15 - March 29, 2020. They are open Thursday & Friday from 3 - 7 pm & Saturday / Sunday from 1 - 5 pm [film / free rsvp at www.bronxdoc.org]. And www.theworkingtheater.org.

FYI - The NYC Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins Sunday March 1st. The NYC Department of Sanitation is giving away free reusable bags at select locations in conjunction with NYC Councilmembers - use this url to see when the next event is being held near you - https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/site/dsnyevents

On Tuesday, March 10th, the Pelham Parkway Neighborhood Association is holding a meeting beginning at 7.15 pm at the Bronx House at 990 Pelham Parkway South. Special guest will be Joe Franklin from the NYC Board Of Health. Free.

 

Bronx Things To Do, Farmers Mkts & Street Fairs

March 2020 - Click here for reports about Bronx holiday events & markets and Bronx farmers markets, Bronx things to do and Bronx street fairs.

Click here for free summer movies in the Bronx, free summer theater in the Bronx and free summer concerts in the Bronx. Click for details of New Years parties in the Bronx or here for Bronx shopping venues and restaurants in the Bronx.

Also see Friday & Weekend Events above.

 

WORK IN PROGRESS. Asterisked events above have NOT been updated.


Bronx Things To Do This Weekend

Get Tough Get Baad Bronx Film Fest, Dungeons & Dragons, Andrew Freedman Home, Bronx Latinos, Mott Haven History, Art vs Transit & Bronx Art Space

bronx things to do bronx* February 21, 2020 / Things To Do Bronx / Bronx Neighborhoods / Bronx Buzz NYC.

* Weather. The Temperature highs will be in the mid 30's Friday, rising to the mid 40's Saturday and rising to the low 50's on Sunday. The temperature lows will be in the high 20's on Friday, rising to the low 30's for Saturday & Sunday. No Rain or Snow is in the forecast this weekend. It will be a sunny weekend. Winds will be 5 - 10 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be in the mid 30% on Friday & Saturday, rising to the mid 40% on Sunday. Click for Bronx Weather.

* MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

* The photo at right shows folks enjoying some beers at the Bronx Brewery in the Port Morris neighborhood of the Bronx. It's a brew pub with an empanada food truck out back so you can enjoy a fun and inexpensive day or night out.

* Enjoy yourself this weekend by visiting Bronx historic, artistic & cultural centers - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - Get Tough Get Baad Bronx Film Fest & The Living Room | Kitchen

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right shows an exhibit at the Andrew Freedman Home in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx early last year. There's a new exhbit that opened this month - see details below.

* The Bronx Academy of Arts & Dance or BAAD Bronx at 2474 Westchester Avenue in the Westchester Square neighborhood is presenting a film series entitled, Get Tough! Get Baad! that runs from February 14th - Feb 29th. It's described as,

"annual series of films and events celebrating queer power, diversity, defiance, strength and visibility. The series was initiated in 2010 to celebrate queer strength and value, to take a stand against violence, and to counter negative and victimized images of queer people in the media from homophobic attacks in the Bronx and New York City"

Some of the film screenings are free, but require rsvp and others are $15 / $20 at www.baadbronx.org.

* The Living Room | Kitchen is on exhibit through April 4th at the Andrew Freedman Home at 1125 Grand Concourse [www.andrewfreedmanhome.org]. Their hours are Monday - Thursday 9 am - 7 pm, Friday 9 am - 5 pm and Saturday 10 am - 5.30 pm.

"Featuring 11 Black and Brown local artists, "The Living Room Kitchen" is an exhibition which centers around the
spaces of gathering in a home, and hones in on the weight& memories these spaces hold."

* At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there are generally weekend programs including concerts and talks [$8 / $4 / $2 / parks / history / www.wavehill.org].

 

Saturday - Bronx Latinos & Mott Haven History, Bronx Art Space & Orchid Show @ NYBG,

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right shows a few orchids. The New York Botanical Garden is hosting the Orchid Show - see details below.

* The New York Botanical Garden at 2900 Southern Blvd near the Norwood, Fordham and Belmont neighborhoods is home to a number of other interesting exhibits, including copies of Darwin's first editions and a somewhat virgin forest dating back a couple of centuries [10am - 6pm / kids / Weekend tickets are $30 / $28 / $18 and weekedays $23 / $20 / $10 / under 2 free / www.nybg.org]. The 18th annual Orchid Show begins Saturday 2/15/ 2020 and runs through April 19, 2020.

* The Bronx Historical Society is located at 3309 Bainbridge Avenue at 208th Street in the Norwood neighborhood. Currently on exhibit is Mott Haven - An Historic District Turns 50 - thru 4/23/20. They also have an ongoing exhibit entitled History of the Bronx Latino. Latinos have been the largest and fastest growing demographic in the Bronx since the mid 20th century, but Latinos had also arrived in the Bronx in the 19th century [1800's] along with other early immigrant ethnic groups. They're open Saturday 10 am - 4 pm & Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / www.bronxhistoricalsociety.org].

* The Bronx Historical Society also runs the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage at 2640 Grand Concourse at East Kingsbridge Road in the Belmont neighborhood which is open Thursday & Friday 10 am - 3 pm, Saturday 10 am - 4 pm & Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / history].

* The Bronx Art Space at 305 East 140th Street #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx is hosting - Realism, Reality and Surreality from January 24th - February 29th, 2020 featuring 55 local artists in a group exhibition. They come from various cultural backgrounds and they explore different themes from their own unique vantage point. They are open from 12 noon to 6.30 Wednesday through Friday and until 5 pm on Saturdays - except for special events like artists talks. There's an artist talk on Saturday, February 29th at 4 pm in connection with the last day of the exhibit [art / music / dance / www.bronxartspace.com / free].

* Also see events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend.

 

Sunday - Dungeons & Dragons, Art vs Transit 1977 - 1987 @ Bronx Museum & Bronx Zoo

* The Bartow-Pell Mansion, located at 895 Shore Road, across from the golf course in Pelham Bay Park is hosting a dinner & theater program entitled - Dungeons & Dragons - Secrets of the Blind Place. The event is described as,

"a role-playing thrilling adventure filled with mystery, discovery, choices that matter, engaging role-playing, and exciting combat inspired in part by the poem The Haunted Palace by Edgar Allen Poe, and the novels Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, The Shining by Stephen King, and by the Evil Dead movies. Enjoy a catered buffet meal with tavern-style fare, live music, drinks, and a pre-game consultation with the Dragon Master, Tal Aviezer, Artistic Director for the Red Monkey Theater Group".

Tickets cost $295 for the first ticket and $250 per person thereafter - www.bartowpellmansionmuseum.org.

* The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street is hosting Henry Chalfant - Art vs Transit 1977 - 1987., which runs through March 8th that's described as,

"featur[ing] documentation of works no-longer extant by legendary subway writers, including Dondi, Futura, Lady
Pink, Lee Quiñones, Zephyr, and including Bronx legends Blade, Crash, DAZE, Dez, Kel, Mare, SEEN, Skeme, and T-Kid. The exhibition also includes significant and rare historical ephemera and photographs that register the birth of hip hop."

It appears to be free admission [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org]. Hours are Wednesday - Sunday from 11 am - 6 pm except Fridays when they stay open until 8 pm.

* The Bronx Zoo is located at 2300 Southern Blvd in the Fordham Manor neighborhood of the Bronx. The Bronx Zoo at 2300 Southern Blvd offers a variety of activities for adults and kids including Sea Lion & Penguin feedings, Camel rides, Bug Carousel rides, 4 D Theater, Wild Asia Monorail and a Zoo Shuttle. The zoo is open during daylight hours and costs $27 for kids and $37 for adults or a year-long family pass which includes membership for $200. Wednesdays free / www.bronxzoo.com.

* See events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend.

 

Week Beginning 2.24.20 - Trump Revolution & the Working Theater & Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins March 1st

* The Bronx Doc Film Center at 614 Courtlandt Avenue in the Melrose neighborhood of the Bronx is hosting a photo exhibit entitled Trump Revolution - Immigration. On Friday, February 28th there's a Working Theater Community Engagement Workshop from 6 - 8 pm. They are open Thursday & Friday from 3 - 7 pm & Saturday / Sunday from 1 - 5 pm [film / free rsvp at www.bronxdoc.org]. And www.theworkingtheater.org.

* FYI - The NYC Plastic Grocery Bag Ban Begins Sunday March 1st. The NYC Department of Sanitation is giving away free reusable bags at select locations in conjunction with NYC Councilmembers - use this url to see when the next event is being held near you - https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/site/dsnyevents

 

Bronx Things To Do, Farmers Mkts & Street Fairs

* February 2020 - Click here for reports about Bronx holiday events & markets and Bronx farmers markets, Bronx things to do and Bronx street fairs.

Click here for free summer movies in the Bronx, free summer theater in the Bronx and free summer concerts in the Bronx. Click for details of New Years parties in the Bronx or here for Bronx shopping venues and restaurants in the Bronx.

Also see Friday & Weekend Events above.

 

WORK IN PROGRESS. ONLY Asterisked events above have been updated.


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