State Senator Jamaal Bailey, along with local residents, enjoyed the Caribbean culture parade.
Photo courtesy Jamaal Bailey’s office
Saturday, Sept. 24
Caribbean Culture & Labor Unions Celebration: 1 p.m.-4 p.m. at the intersection of Eastchester Road and Adee Avenue
The annual event will be hosted by New York State 36th district Senator Jamaal T. Bailey. A parade will start at 1 pm. The reception will follow at P.S. 041 Gun Hill Road, from 2:30 p.m.-4.00 p.m. RSVP by calling 718-547-88854 firstname.lastname@example.org. Participants are encouraged and encouraged to bring their flags and represent.
Octoberfest at Fordham Plaza: 1 p.m.-7.
Samuel Adams and the Bronx Night Market will host an Octoberfest celebration on Saturday. There will be dozens of food and drink vendors as well as live performances, art installations and other entertainment. Free admission is available to all. Anyone interested in purchasing tickets can do so by contacting the ticket office. here.
Return of the Pig Roast: Starts at 3 p.m. at Kingsbridge Social Club
Kingsbridge Social Club will be bringing back its Pig Roast. Patrons will enjoy roasted pig, special sides, and pumpkin beer starting at 3 p.m. Learn more about the event here.
Sunday, Sept. 25
Art in the Park: 10 am – 3 p.m. Brust Park
Enjoy a day of art and nature at Sunday’s Art in the Park, hosted by the Stewards of Brust Park. Nina Seigenfeld Velazquez, Lower Brust Park’s instructor, will lead a morning session for adults from 10 a.m. to noon. This class titled “Learn to Draw from Nature,” is free and supplies are provided. From 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. is the kids’ session. You can make art with supplies from Upper Brust Park. Book your free tickets here.
The Bond of Live Things Everywhere – 10 a.m.-6: p.m. at New York Botanical Garden
The Bond of Live Things Everywhere will be open on Sunday. This is a series of Black poetry, performance, and art curated by Joshua Bennett, scholar and poet. The Poetry Society of America presented this exhibit in partnership. It includes poetry and music about the relationship between Black freedom dreams as well as stewardship of our planet. The event will run until Nov. 6, and tickets can be purchased by interested patrons here.
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