Harlem One Stop NYC

Harlem One Stop NYC Things to Do and Places to Visit in Northern Manhattan- Harlem (West, Central and East "El Barrio) and Washington Heights-Inwood Harlem One Stop provides a centralized online resource for Harlem and northern Manhattan's arts & entertainment, things to do, historic sites & attractions, businesses, and events for community residents and visitors alike.
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Harlem One Stop is also active in the preservation of Harlem's cultural heritage while connecting and embracing the new. Harlem One Stop, a 501(c)3 community-based organization, is a one-stop network for Upper Manhattan-Harlem-based tourism established through alliances and strategic partnerships. By promoting and sharing local experience and knowledge, all partners seek to positively impact the d

Harlem One Stop is also active in the preservation of Harlem's cultural heritage while connecting and embracing the new. Harlem One Stop, a 501(c)3 community-based organization, is a one-stop network for Upper Manhattan-Harlem-based tourism established through alliances and strategic partnerships. By promoting and sharing local experience and knowledge, all partners seek to positively impact the d

Operating as usual

08/20/2021
ON THE BANDSTAND TONIGHT - THE ANTOINETTE MONTAGUE EXPERIENCE @ MARCUS GARVEY PARK @ 7PM | WEAR YOUR MASK!
08/20/2021

ON THE BANDSTAND TONIGHT - THE ANTOINETTE MONTAGUE EXPERIENCE @ MARCUS GARVEY PARK @ 7PM | WEAR YOUR MASK!

ON THE BANDSTAND TONIGHT - THE ANTOINETTE MONTAGUE EXPERIENCE @ MARCUS GARVEY PARK @ 7PM | WEAR YOUR MASK!

Barbados Art Exhibit Opens Friday at CMCarts on the Strand in F'sted
08/16/2021
Barbados Art Exhibit Opens Friday at CMCarts on the Strand in F'sted

Barbados Art Exhibit Opens Friday at CMCarts on the Strand in F'sted

"Reflections on Emancipation and Post Colonial Society" is a collection of the works of 17 Barbadian artists opening Friday in the upstairs gallery at the Caribbean Museum in downtown Frederiksted.

Mayor Bill de Blasio@NYCMayor·3hStarting tomorrow, you'll need proof of vaccination to unlock everything New York City h...
08/16/2021

Mayor Bill de Blasio
@NYCMayor
·
3h
Starting tomorrow, you'll need proof of vaccination to unlock everything New York City has to offer. Valid proof of vaccine includes:

Ballot box with check Paper CDC card
Ballot box with check Excelsior Pass
Ballot box with check NYC COVID Safe App
Ballot box with check Any Official Vaccine Record

Mayor Bill de Blasio
@NYCMayor
·
3h
Starting tomorrow, you'll need proof of vaccination to unlock everything New York City has to offer. Valid proof of vaccine includes:

Ballot box with check Paper CDC card
Ballot box with check Excelsior Pass
Ballot box with check NYC COVID Safe App
Ballot box with check Any Official Vaccine Record

f you are unfamiliar with Build The Block, it is a regular community meeting with the Precinct 30 Neighborhood Community...
08/15/2021

f you are unfamiliar with Build The Block, it is a regular community meeting with the Precinct 30 Neighborhood Community Officers. For more info go to https://www1.nyc.gov/site/nypd/bureaus/patrol/find-your-meeting.page


Our NCOs want to hear from us about what it will take to keep our neighborhood safe. And it takes a village, so please come to the meeting on Saturday August 28th at 12pm at the Boys & Girls Club on 145th. Let's talk about neighborhood safety, quality of life, make our concerns heard and have our questions are answered.

f you are unfamiliar with Build The Block, it is a regular community meeting with the Precinct 30 Neighborhood Community Officers. For more info go to https://www1.nyc.gov/site/nypd/bureaus/patrol/find-your-meeting.page


Our NCOs want to hear from us about what it will take to keep our neighborhood safe. And it takes a village, so please come to the meeting on Saturday August 28th at 12pm at the Boys & Girls Club on 145th. Let's talk about neighborhood safety, quality of life, make our concerns heard and have our questions are answered.

Mobile Unit’s Free Summer of Joy Tour in Harlem 8/14 & 8/15In partnership with NYC’s Department of Transportation, the f...
08/14/2021

Mobile Unit’s Free Summer of Joy Tour in Harlem 8/14 & 8/15In partnership with NYC’s Department of Transportation, the four-week tour will pop up at public plazas in neighborhoods that were both traditionally visited by the Mobile Unit tours and hit hard by the pandemic. Free and open to all, New Yorkers of all ages are welcome to stop by, watch the performances, and play a role in creating each show as we enjoy gathering together again.

Each day will begin with the National Black Theatre’s Stage for Healing and Resilience, co-produced by The Public Theater and National Black Theatre and featuring organizations local to each tour stop. This community stage will be followed by VERSES @ WORK – THE ABRIDGED MIX, written and performed by Mobile Unit in Corrections artist Malik Work, a spoken word show that blends hip-hop and storytelling in a modern version of epic poetry. The experience will culminate in SHAKESPEARE: CALL AND RESPONSE, a dynamic new show by Patricia McGregor where Shakespeare’s complete works meets Freestyle Love Supreme and Mad Libs.

August 14-15: 125th Street Plaza (Manhattan) CANCELLED

August 14 JOHNNY HARTMAN PLAZA, 143RD AND AMSTERDAM @ 4PM
The Public Theater's Summer of Joy will pop up at the Johnny Hartman Plaza, 143rd and Amsterdam at 4:30 pm today with Shakespeare's Call & Response and spoken word, hip hop with the National Black Theater. Join us in Hamilton Heights!https://publictheater.org/.../mobile-units-summer-of-joy/

Mobile Unit’s Free Summer of Joy Tour in Harlem 8/14 & 8/15In partnership with NYC’s Department of Transportation, the four-week tour will pop up at public plazas in neighborhoods that were both traditionally visited by the Mobile Unit tours and hit hard by the pandemic. Free and open to all, New Yorkers of all ages are welcome to stop by, watch the performances, and play a role in creating each show as we enjoy gathering together again.

Each day will begin with the National Black Theatre’s Stage for Healing and Resilience, co-produced by The Public Theater and National Black Theatre and featuring organizations local to each tour stop. This community stage will be followed by VERSES @ WORK – THE ABRIDGED MIX, written and performed by Mobile Unit in Corrections artist Malik Work, a spoken word show that blends hip-hop and storytelling in a modern version of epic poetry. The experience will culminate in SHAKESPEARE: CALL AND RESPONSE, a dynamic new show by Patricia McGregor where Shakespeare’s complete works meets Freestyle Love Supreme and Mad Libs.

August 14-15: 125th Street Plaza (Manhattan) CANCELLED

August 14 JOHNNY HARTMAN PLAZA, 143RD AND AMSTERDAM @ 4PM
The Public Theater's Summer of Joy will pop up at the Johnny Hartman Plaza, 143rd and Amsterdam at 4:30 pm today with Shakespeare's Call & Response and spoken word, hip hop with the National Black Theater. Join us in Hamilton Heights!https://publictheater.org/.../mobile-units-summer-of-joy/

More than 10 DJs will jam from 12pm - 7pm. Pop-up vendors. Be ready to dance with or without roller skates -- whatever m...
08/14/2021

More than 10 DJs will jam from 12pm - 7pm. Pop-up vendors. Be ready to dance with or without roller skates -- whatever moves you!

More than 10 DJs will jam from 12pm - 7pm. Pop-up vendors. Be ready to dance with or without roller skates -- whatever moves you!

Photos from City Love Picnic's post
08/14/2021

Photos from City Love Picnic's post

The long-awaited Charlie Park Jazz Festival 2021! Charlie Parker Jazz Festival! Starting on Friday, August 27th and goin...
08/12/2021

The long-awaited Charlie Park Jazz Festival 2021! Charlie Parker Jazz Festival! Starting on Friday, August 27th and going thru Sunday, August 29th, the CPJ Festival will be taking over Harlem’s historic Marcus Garvey Park as part of Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage
https://cityparksfoundation.org/charlieparker/

Collyer Brothers Park, 5th Avenue and 128th Street. Everyone is invited!
08/12/2021

Collyer Brothers Park, 5th Avenue and 128th Street. Everyone is invited!

Collyer Brothers Park, 5th Avenue and 128th Street. Everyone is invited!

The Omnipresent Music Festival is a new music festival that showcases the historical significance of BIPOC (Black, Indig...
08/12/2021

The Omnipresent Music Festival is a new music festival that showcases the historical significance of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) professional musicians and composers while entertaining communities and inspiring our youth with captivating musical performances that span all genres of music. This extraordinary five-day multi-genre music festival will take place in the heart of New York City and feature acclaimed musicians who have trained at some of the most prestigious music conservatories, universities, and schools from around the world.

The first four performances are pop-up performances and the general public is welcome to listen from other areas in the Park. The final August 13 concert will take place on the bluestone patio and seating will be open to the general public. Tickets must be reserved for this free Friday event. Ticket holders are asked to abide by set health and safety protocols.

Click here to learn more about The Omnipresent Music festival.

Health and Safety Guidelines: All concert-goers over the age of two are required to remain masked through out the performance as seating does not allow for social distancing. If parties are socially distanced from one another while on the lawn, then masks may be removed. These regulations are in effect regardless of prior vaccination status, as per current NYC Parks and Morris-Jumel Mansion programming guidelines.

Advanced registration for the Friday August 13 concert is required. Since attendees will be close to the performers, and may need to enter the Mansion to use restroom facilities, audience members will need to fill out a health screening form which will be emailed the day before the concert. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/omnipresent-music-festival-bipoc-musicians-festival-tickets-165023115581?aff=ebdsoporgprofile&mc_cid=3c65c9d330&mc_eid=63f4a1e5d1

The Omnipresent Music Festival is a new music festival that showcases the historical significance of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) professional musicians and composers while entertaining communities and inspiring our youth with captivating musical performances that span all genres of music. This extraordinary five-day multi-genre music festival will take place in the heart of New York City and feature acclaimed musicians who have trained at some of the most prestigious music conservatories, universities, and schools from around the world.

The first four performances are pop-up performances and the general public is welcome to listen from other areas in the Park. The final August 13 concert will take place on the bluestone patio and seating will be open to the general public. Tickets must be reserved for this free Friday event. Ticket holders are asked to abide by set health and safety protocols.

Click here to learn more about The Omnipresent Music festival.

Health and Safety Guidelines: All concert-goers over the age of two are required to remain masked through out the performance as seating does not allow for social distancing. If parties are socially distanced from one another while on the lawn, then masks may be removed. These regulations are in effect regardless of prior vaccination status, as per current NYC Parks and Morris-Jumel Mansion programming guidelines.

Advanced registration for the Friday August 13 concert is required. Since attendees will be close to the performers, and may need to enter the Mansion to use restroom facilities, audience members will need to fill out a health screening form which will be emailed the day before the concert. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/omnipresent-music-festival-bipoc-musicians-festival-tickets-165023115581?aff=ebdsoporgprofile&mc_cid=3c65c9d330&mc_eid=63f4a1e5d1

TODAY'S STREET CO-NAMING CANCELLED!!Greetings,I regret to inform you that the Art Kane Harlem 1958 Street Co-Naming Cere...
08/12/2021

TODAY'S STREET CO-NAMING CANCELLED!!
Greetings,
I regret to inform you that the Art Kane Harlem 1958 Street Co-Naming Ceremony scheduled for tomorrow afternoon has been cancelled.

Today, August 12, there is a heat advisory and index of 107 degrees in New York City. Due to safety precautions, we will no longer be hosting the scheduled street co-naming event.

We are so sorry to miss you for this moment of commemoration and we will be in touch with more information when it becomes available to us.

Thank you for your understanding and continued celebration of the great jazz luminaries who brought Art Kane's vision to life.

Respectfully,
Lydia Liebman

TODAY'S STREET CO-NAMING CANCELLED!!
Greetings,
I regret to inform you that the Art Kane Harlem 1958 Street Co-Naming Ceremony scheduled for tomorrow afternoon has been cancelled.

Today, August 12, there is a heat advisory and index of 107 degrees in New York City. Due to safety precautions, we will no longer be hosting the scheduled street co-naming event.

We are so sorry to miss you for this moment of commemoration and we will be in touch with more information when it becomes available to us.

Thank you for your understanding and continued celebration of the great jazz luminaries who brought Art Kane's vision to life.

Respectfully,
Lydia Liebman

New York City is the Street Art Capital of America - according to Timeout/Singulart. Harlem One Stop invites you to post...
08/12/2021

New York City is the Street Art Capital of America - according to Timeout/Singulart. Harlem One Stop invites you to post your favorite Harlem Street Art here!
https://www.timeout.com/newyork/news/new-york-city-is-the-street-art-capital-of-america-081121

New York City is the Street Art Capital of America - according to Timeout/Singulart. Harlem One Stop invites you to post your favorite Harlem Street Art here!
https://www.timeout.com/newyork/news/new-york-city-is-the-street-art-capital-of-america-081121

08/10/2021

Listen, look, and play alongside WQXR for our first Classical Kids Fair in the Bronx! Families can experience live performances, an instrument petting zoo, arts and crafts, dance workshops, and more!

Sunday, August 15, 2 - 5 pm outdoors at Comras Mall, Bronx Park East.

Participating partners include the Bronx Arts Ensemble, Bronx Children's Museum, Bronx House, Bronx Music Heritage Center, Bronx Opera, plus a performance by trumpet player (and Bronx local!) Eganam Segbefia.

Free entrance for all.

SOH SoHarlem reopening sale, August 6 - 12. One-of-a-kind designs, Harlem created. Support our local manufacturing and d...
08/10/2021

SOH SoHarlem reopening sale, August 6 - 12. One-of-a-kind designs, Harlem created. Support our local manufacturing and design artisans!
www.soharlem.org, 1361 Amsterdam Avenue, Suite 340, New Yo

Manhattan Public Input Session Hosted by the NYC Racial Justice CommissionAugust 11th, 20215:00 – 8:00 PM (sign-up begin...
08/10/2021

Manhattan Public Input Session Hosted by the NYC Racial Justice Commission
August 11th, 2021
5:00 – 8:00 PM (sign-up begins at 5:00, event begins promptly at 5:30 PM)
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
City government plays a major role in ensuring all New Yorkers live in thriving, healthy, safe communities – and a legal document called the NYC Charter is what determines HOW government fulfills that role. Now through December 2021, the Racial Justice Commissioners will be engaging the public to identify structural changes to the city’s Charter that begin to dismantle structural racism and advance racial equity.
The Racial Justice Commission invites community members to attend NYC Racial Justice Commission Public Input Sessions in the five boroughs or online, and provide input on critical issues the Commission should address through changes to the NYC Charter that would have the greatest impact on the lives of BIPOC New Yorkers. This is a unique opportunity to directly affect the foundational laws of the City, and transform those laws to reflect racial justice, equity, fairness in a way that ensures all New Yorkers live thriving healthy lives regardless of race.
Contact [email protected] for more information.

Manhattan Public Input Session Hosted by the NYC Racial Justice Commission
August 11th, 2021
5:00 – 8:00 PM (sign-up begins at 5:00, event begins promptly at 5:30 PM)
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
City government plays a major role in ensuring all New Yorkers live in thriving, healthy, safe communities – and a legal document called the NYC Charter is what determines HOW government fulfills that role. Now through December 2021, the Racial Justice Commissioners will be engaging the public to identify structural changes to the city’s Charter that begin to dismantle structural racism and advance racial equity.
The Racial Justice Commission invites community members to attend NYC Racial Justice Commission Public Input Sessions in the five boroughs or online, and provide input on critical issues the Commission should address through changes to the NYC Charter that would have the greatest impact on the lives of BIPOC New Yorkers. This is a unique opportunity to directly affect the foundational laws of the City, and transform those laws to reflect racial justice, equity, fairness in a way that ensures all New Yorkers live thriving healthy lives regardless of race.
Contact [email protected] for more information.

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Mandala Café Offering our free Weekly Community Meal TODAY W. 116th & Adam Clayton Powell (outside 1st Corinthians Baptist Church) in Harlem Prep: 4:00 - 5:00 Serve: 5:00 - until all handed out Come to eat or Volunteer or both All are welcome Week 30 (61 overall since resuming in May, 2020) 12,200+ meals handed out 500+ Volunteer hours
Mandala Café Offering our free Weekly Community Meal TODAY Week 28 (59 overall) W. 116th & Adam Clayton Powell (outside 1st Corinthians Baptist Church) in Harlem Prep: 4:00 - 5:00 Serve: 5:00 - until all handed out Come to eat or Volunteer or both All are welcome
Mandala Café Offering our free Weekly Community Meal TODAY W. 116th & Adam Clayton Powell (outside 1st Corinthians Baptist Church) in Harlem, NYC Prep: 4:00 - 5:00 Serve: 5:00 - until all handed out Come to eat or Volunteer or both All are welcome
If you wants to participate in a FREE educational workshop on breast and cervical cancer and prevention, you can contact with us at [email protected] BIP joins Boriken Neigborhood Health Center and Mount Sinai to offer Esperanza y Vida, a series of free orientation workshops for women with Lyshsae Otarola. #cancerawareness #cancerprevention
If you wants to participate in a FREE educational workshop (English or Spanish) on breast and cervical cancer and prevention, you can contact with us at [email protected] BIP joins Boriken Neigborhood Health Center and Mount Sinai to offer Esperanza y Vida, a series of free orientation workshops for women with Lyshsae Otarola. #cancerawareness #cancerprevention
REMINDER. Join us tonight at 7pm for Part Two of our meeting with City Council District 9 Candidates. You can watch recordings from our first gathering here. https://bit.ly/3t8FZtt REGISTER. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/harlem-adda-meet-the-candidates-for-city-council-district-9-part-two-tickets-146159528083?aff=erelexpmlt
TWENTY MORE HOURS TO GO! Support Dorcas' Double Good Popcorn fundraiser for the "2nd Annual Taking It To The Streets: Free Friday Night Outdoor Films" at Snug Harbor Culture Center and Botanical Garden. https://popup.doublegood.com/s/s8ia832b BONUS Make purchases of $100+ and receive 8oz Roc-A-Natural Sea Moss Gel or $60+ for 4oz (Black Elderberry, Goji Berry or Mango)
Join us Friday, April 9 from 7pm-9pm for our second gathering with candidates for City Council District 9 seeking to represent Harlem. Register here: https://bit.ly/31vTwz9 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/harlem-adda-meet-the-candidates-for-city-council-district-9-part-two-tickets-146159528083?aff=erelexpmlt&fbclid=IwAR0jQH4vTsCk714DiENiHG3FTPYuj5zY2RnHXhmWb5kT9n8d-0qFYHgHRW0