July 17, 2019

Eater Young Guns Summit


What: The Eater Young Guns Summit is a one-day event focused on driving the conversation around the future of restaurant culture. Featuring trailblazing young talent and established players of the food and drink world, the summit will have panels, intimate breakout discussions, hands-on workshops, chef demos and tastings, and more.
When: July 27, 2019  |  10:30 am - 7pm
Where: 25 Kent Ave., Brooklyn, NY
Cost: $60 includes:
  • Main Stage panels and talks with notable food-world talents
  • Breakout sessions including hands-on classes, workshops, and lightning talks (spots are first come, first served)
  • Food served from 15+ restaurant vendors throughout the day, including snacks, tastings, and boxed lunches
  • The Eater Marketplace, with kitchenware, pantry items, and more available for purchase
  • Complimentary GREY GOOSE cocktails and beverages
  • Special musical performances
  • Cocktail hour on the rooftop
Buy Tix now. Must be 21+ to attend.

June 8, 2019

26th Annual Bus Festival


Join us on Sunday, June 9th for our 26th annual Bus Festival at Brooklyn Bridge Park! See and step aboard buses from our vintage fleet, representing more than 80 years of New York City surface transit history. Enjoy special activities and photo ops, meet some of the bus drivers who help keep our city moving, and take in the view of the Manhattan skyline from Bridge Plaza underneath the Brooklyn Bridge at 11 Water Street!
Bus Festival is free and open to the public from 10am to 4pm. Last admission at 3:30pm.

Sunday, June 9 | 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
11 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
FREE
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Sunday, June 9 - Puerto Rican Day Parade, led by Ricky Martin


Where:
Fifth Avenue, between East 43rd and East 79th streets
When: Sunday, June 9, 11 am to 5 pm

Outdoor Bike Repair Class

Event Date/time:
Sat, 06/08/2019 - 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


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OUTDOOR BIKE REPAIR CLASSES
Come learn how to fix bikes, do simple maintenance and tune-ups at the bike mechanic repair classes. Subjects are covered in a four-week rotation beginning the first week of every month:
1st Saturday- Basics for Beginners
2nd Saturday- Brakes and Gears
3rd Saturday- Cups, Cones, and Bearings
4th Saturday- Wheels and Spokes
5th Saturday- No Class

AD HOC ART / WELLING COURT MURAL PROJECT

AD HOC ART CONTINUES THE ACCLAIMED WELLING COURT MURAL PROJECT WITH 100+ ARTISTS SPANNING THE HISTORY OF GRAFFITI & PUBLIC ART — A Creative Event Celebrating the Streets, Solidarity, Community, and Culture. #wellingcourtmuralproject

What: It is that time of year that we bring you another outstanding rendition of this legendary annual Queens mural jam. Now celebrating its 10th year, the art and talent just keeps getting better! 
When: Saturday from 12-7pm for a block party and a ton of great art.
Where: 11-98 Welling Court, at 30th Avenue & 12th Street, Astoria, New York, 11102
Directions – TO GET THERE:
1) By Public Transit: Take the N or W train to 30th Ave. Then go west down 30th Ave to 12th St. by a) walking 10-15 minutes or; b) taking the Q18 Bus.
2) To Socrates, 5 min south; http://socratessculpturepark.org/visit/directions-and-hours/
3) By Car: Here is a link to the street map
FREE

History
The Welling Court Mural Project began after Jonathan and Josh Ellis, representing the Welling Court community, met at Ad Hoc Art’s Bushwick gallery in 2009. They loved the experience nd invited Ad Hoc Art to bring their expertise, appreciation, and vision to beautify their Queens neighborhood. It was a perfect fit, as there were surfaces to be painted and Ad Hoc knew people loved painting surfaces. Jonathan had already planted the seeds and acquired permission to paint, which was key. Thus, having the community support and a timely visit by Poland’s wall-crushing M-City, the first mural was painted in the freezing temperatures of December 2009. Ad Hoc Art used the rest of the winter to plan the launch of the first multi-block project of over 40 murals that occurred in May 2010. After continuing to hit the pavement and meet more members of the community, the project grew one mural at a time.

It is one of the best collections of contemporary street culture on earth, all within this hidden gem of NYC! It is on pubic streets, so it is FREE and open to the public 24/7/365.

NAME THAT JUNE! Vegan Shop-Up! June 8th

Vegan Shop-Up! Saturday, June 8th, 12- 5pm, at Brooklyn’s vegan bar, Pine Box Rock Shop: 12 Grattan St. Bushwick, Bk. Discover the best locally made, vegan foods, goods, and more at NYC’s all vegan pop-up market!

Pine Box will be open at 11:00am to get your Bloody Mary breakfast rolling! THE PATIO WILL BE OPEN TOO! VSU starts at noon, but here’s your chance to sneak in early and claim a seat.

Come soak in the Summer and the best vegan eats/sweets/drinks in town! Mix n mingle, catch some rays, and shop cruelty-free! DON’T FORGET to BYO to-go containers and shopping bags to cut the waste! (If you’re under 21 you can only enter the market with a parent or legal guardian, so plan accordingly.)


10th Annual NYC Multicultural Festival











































What: Come and experience the music, dance, food, fashion, arts & crafts and much more from countries such as Greece, Ireland, Brazil, China, Russia, Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, Nepal, Italy, Dominican Republic Puerto Rico, Mexico, India, Thailand and many more.
When: Saturday, June 8 - 11am -7pm
Where: Jackie Robinson Park (Bandshell)
85 Bradhurst Avenue New York, NY 10030 (Cross Streets: West 148th St. & Bradhurst Ave) 

FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES:
  • Unbelievable live music and dance performances starting at 12pm
  • Live DJ spinning your favorite tunes
  • Free Body and face painting for children and adults
  • Love Yourself Spa Pavilion (International beauty treatments)
  • New Technology Showcase
  • Fashion Show
  • International Drum Circle
  • Photo Booth
  • Food and merchandise to purchase from our international vendors
  • Children's arts and craft activities at the Children's International Pavilion
  • Safety and wellness activities
  • FREE Giveaways
  • Informational resources and much more.

June 7, 2019

The Bronx Book Festival 2019


What: This year’s second bronx book festival returns with more discussions, readings, and workshops with more than 50+ authors and agents, plus keynote speakers associate justice of the supreme court of the United States Sonia Sotomayor and Dealing in Dreams author Lilliam Rivera.
When: June 8, 2019, 9AM-6PM
Where: Fordham Plaza & Fordham University
Click here to Register
FREE

Registration: 8:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Fordham Plaza Main Stage
Fordham Plaza Young Readers Stage
Fordham University Young Adult Stage