TONIGHT * FRIDAY, JULY 11 @ 6 pm Pelham Bay Park - Middletown Road and Stadium Ave.
AFRO-CUBAN AND LATIN JAZZ Master percussionist Bobby Sanabria and his band
First appearance at BAE SummerMusic Presented by Councilman James Vacca
Bobby Sanabria is a 7x Grammy nominated as a leader American drummer of Puerto Rican descent who is also a percussionist, composer, arranger producer, documentary film producer, educator and a writer.
Pelham Bay Park is located in the northeast corner of the Bronx and is serviced by the Bruckner Expressway/New England Thruway (I-95) combination. Pelham Parkway serves as a crosstown route to the park.
From the New England Thruway (I-95) South Take I-95 South to the Westchester Avenue exit. Go straight along the service road for approximately 4 lights and make a left onto Jarvis Place to go over the I-95/Bruckner Expressway. Make the next left and head north on the service road. At the first light, make a right onto Middletown Road. At the end of the street (Stadium Ave), make a left into the park and the first left into the parking lot.
From the Bruckner Expressway Take the Bruckner Expressway north and exit at the Lafayette Avenue exit. Stay on the northbound service road and make a right onto Middletown Road. At the end of the block (Stadium Ave), make a left into the park and another left turn into the parking lot.
From the I-95 North Take I-95 north and exit at the Country Club Road/Pelham Bay Park exit. Stay on the northbound service road and make a right onto Middletown Road. At the end of the block (Stadium Ave), make a left into the park and another left turn into the parking lot.
From Pelham Parkway, eastbound Take Pelham Parkway eastbound past Eastchester Road and get into the right lane. Go through the next light and make a right turn onto the Pelham Parkway service road. (Be careful not to get onto the Hutchinson River Parkway.) Follow the service road around to a stop sign and under the IRT No. 6 train and head south along the Bruckner Expressway service road. Go straight along the service road for approximately 4 lights and make a left onto Jarvis Place to go over the I-95/Bruckner Expressway. Make the next left and head north on the service road. At the first light, make a right onto Middletown Road. At the end of the street (Stadium Ave), make a left into the park and the first left into the parking lot.
Public Transportation Pelham Bay Park can be reached by the IRT No. 6 train to the last stop; the Bx5, Bx12, and Qbx1 buses to the train station; the Bx29 to the City Island Traffic Circle; or Westchester bus No. 45 to the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum. To get to the park take the pedestrian bridge from the train station down to the park side, walk toward the brick building/parkhouse, and go past the back heading straight toward the tennis courts. Once past the tennis courts, the track will be visible. Concert is on the opposite side of the track, next to the parking lot.
For Immediate Release:
November 21, 2011
Shakespeare, Abigail Adams and the coming of the Civil War
Highlights January – June Program Schedule
at National Historic Site in Westchester County
An exploration of the causes of the Civil War by an eminent historian, a performance of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Hamlet, and a visit by First Lady Abigail Adams highlights the January – June 2012 Program Schedule, at St. Paul’s Church National Historic Site, in Mt. Vernon, NY, it has been announced. Admission to all events is free.
The Trolley Will Depart from Pelham Bay Station at 5:30pm
It will go to the Bartow Pell Mansion for drop off / pick up
The first stop on City Island is The Sea Shore Restaurant 591 City Island Ave.
2nd stop is Focal Point Gallery 321 City Island Ave
3rd stop is Bistro S. K. at 273 City Island Ave.
4th stop is Sammy's Fishbox 41 City Island ave.
Turns around at the end of the Island on the hour.
5th stop is Magickal Realms 258 City Island ave.
6th stop is Mary Colby's Fe Fi Faux Gallery and
Kaleidoscope Gallery 280 City Island ave.
7th stop is Arties Restaurant 394 City Island Ave.
and back to Pelham Bay Station .
The trolley driver stops upon request wherever passengers want to get on and off.
We continue this year's FREE Bronx Seaside Trolley on Friday May 3rd from 5:30pm to 9:30pm, leaving hourly on the half hour, from Pelham Bay Station and going to The Bartow Pell Mansion Museum then on to City Island for an evening of Art, Music and Fine Dining. Take advantage of special offers when you show your Trolley Card at participating establishments.
Only available from the Tour guide on the Trolley.
Bronx Seaside Trolley
May 3rd, 2013
Events & Promotions
Bartow Pell Mansion Museum
895 Shore Rd. 718-885-1461
5:30pm - 8:30pm
Wonderful indie folk sound of
Nat Osborn and his band Hawthorne. Explore &
savor light refreshments.
Registration requested. Cost $10 adults, $8 seniors & students;
Focal Point Gallery
321 City Island Ave. 718-885-1403
Open until 10:00pm
280 City island Ave. 718-885-3090
Reception featuring artwork by
Thomas Louttit, Lois Weingarten & Dominick Cali
Open until 9:30pm
258 City Island Ave 718-892-5350
Tarot Magic Class at 7:30pm $15
Take $5 off with your Trolley Card
Mary Colby’s Fe Fi Faux Gallery
276 City Island Ave. 718-885-2024
Meet the Artist in a
Reception until 9:30pm
273 City Island Ave. 718-885-1670
French fare in a charming setting,
FREE DESSERT with any entree
& Your Trolley Card
Bronx Seaside Trolley sponsored by The City Is. Chamber of Commerce, The Bartow Pell Mansion Museum & The Bronx Tourism Council
Broadway: Spotlight on Careers
WHEN: Tuesday, October 1, 6:30 to 8:00 pm
Broadway (and Off-Broadway) requires a wide variety of skills and talents, provided by many different people to create a show. With so many eligible candidates flocking to New York looking for that big break, you need to stand out from the pack.
It will now cost nearly one half dollar to mail a letter. $0.49 for a first class stamp and $0.34 for a post card.
The USPS claims that literally and figuratively, they deliver for America. Even in an increasingly digital world, they claim to remain part of the bedrock infrastructure of this nation’s economy, serving its people and businesses and binding the nation together.
Several East Coast fireworks shows are in danger of being rained out http://nbcnews.to/1pLY2D9 pic.twitter.com/caNQgnQZtT
Also, there will not be a fireworks display at the Co-Op City Little League Field in the Bronx because of inclement weather, the fireworks display will be postponed until Saturday, 7/5/14, at approximately 9:00 PM.
We repeat. Due to weather conditions, the Co-op City fireworks show, which was scheduled for tonight has now been postponed.
The display will be held Saturday, July 5 at 9 p.m. at the Co-op City Little League Field, located at 177 Dreiser Loop.
Friday, March 16 at 7:30 PM
Friday, March 16 at 8 PM
The New York Pops
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
Saturday, March 17 at 7:30 PM
Saturday, March 17 at 8 PM
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
Sunday, March 18 at 3 PM
Alarm Will Sound
Abrons Arts Center at Henry Street Settlement
Sunday, March 18 at 4 PM
Jennifer Koh, Violin
Reiko Uchida, Piano
Brooklyn Public Library, Central Library
This Sunday, take Dad out to the baseball games of yesteryear and travel on a time machine back to 1864.
On June 21, 2–4 p.m. Celebrate Dad with a Father’s Day “base ball match.” The New York Mutuals play the Manetto Hill Surprise with 1864 rules, balls, bats, and uniforms—but no helmets or gloves!
After the game, kids join in the fun with a game of rounders with team members and a baseball sing-along on our Sing for Hope Piano. Plus free house tours before the game and a raffle for the game ball!
On this day... Lets walk. or ride our bikes along the way.
A recent US Census Bureau study reveals that 76.4 percent of Americans drove to work alone on daily commutes.
According to the Union of Concerned Scientists, about one-fifth of all U.S. emissions are caused by our automobiles. The group also estimates that one gallon of gasoline emits about 24 pounds of CO2 and other harmful gasses into the atmosphere. Imagine the amount of emissions would be saved if just a fraction of Americans walked, biked or carpooled to work on Earth Day.
On Wednesday, July 4, starting at 10:30 AM, please join us for a traditional
Independence Day Celebration, featuring music, speeches, refreshments, reading of the Declaration of Independence, and tolling of the historic St. Paul's church bell - 13 times. Keynote speaker is Hon. Coleen Duffy, State Supreme Court Justice.
On Thursday, July 5, at 7 PM,
A tree grows at St. Paul’s. A talk and walk, led by Jessica Schuler, Director of Family Forest, New York Botanical Gardens, exploring the history and variety of trees at the site.
Special night presented by Indie WIRE's Latino Buzz to showcase some of the best Latino Shorts from around the world.
NO COVER - Free Event www.katranyc.com
Katra - 217 Bowery Street, New York, New York 10002