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Friends of St Nicholas Park Annual Easter Egg Hunt
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Friendship Garden Meeting

Lucille McClarey Wicked Friendship Garden Meeting. Join us for the next garden meeting: Sunday, March 20th at 3pm in the garden. Everyone welcome! Friendship Garden 499 W 150th Street/Amsterdam

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Community Solar – First Information Session | February 2, 6PM

On February 2nd from 6:00pm - 8:00pm, WE ACT for Environmental Justice, along with our project partner Here Comes Solar NYC, will be hosting the first meeting of our new community solar initiative. This program will provide technical assistance and information for residents and property owners in Northern Manhattan who are interested in gaining access to affordable and reliable solar energy. During the planning process for the Northern Manhattan

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Farmers Market – Washington Heights & Inwood

175th Street Greenmarket 175th (btw. Wadsworth & Broadway) Thursday, 8am - 4pm Accepts: EBT, Debit/Credit, WIC, Senior FMNP Fort Washington Green Market 168th Street and Ft. Washington Tuesday, 8am – 5pm Accepts: EBT, WIC, Senior FMNP Inwood Green Market Isham Street (btw. Seaman Avenue & Copper) Saturday, 8am – 3pm Accepts: EBT, WIC, Senior FMNP

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Food Pantries & Soup Kitchens – Washington Heights and Inwood Resource Guide

Food Pantries (Free groceries in your neighborhood.  We suggest calling first to confirm the schedule) Our Lady of Lourdes Pantry 469 West 142nd Street (btw. Amsterdam Avenue and Convent Avenue) 212-862-4380 Wednesday 2pm - 4pm *Bring: Referral, Proof of address, ID Community League of the Heights 508 West 159th Street (btw. Broadway and Amsterdam AVenue) 212-795-4779 Wednesday and Saturday, 9am -0 11am *Bring: Proof of address, ID and Benefits

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Manhattanville Free Public Walking Tour, Saturday, November 21st – Learn About Your Neighborhood Before it Disappears!

Free Neighborhood Walking Tour -Traces, Places, Faces - The new "Manhattan-ville"...The "Manhattanville Factory District"Ironically these proposed box-like glass and steel high-rise buildings, with their offerings of exclusive services will have more to do with 21st Century "Manhattan" avarice than with any connection to the historic industrial "ville" or village being demolished in their name. What is bothersome is that there appears to be an emerging

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West Harlem Development Corporation Community Holiday Celebration

West Harlem Development Corporation cordially invites you to our Third Annual Holiday Community Celebration and Toy Giveaway on Sunday, December 6 at 2 p.m. at Columbia University's Miller Theatre at 2960 Broadway (at 116th Street). West Harlem Development Corporation les invita la tercera celebración comunitaria y entrega de jugeuetes. Para español vea detalles de promoción al final de este mensaje.    The event is FREE and open to the public.

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Free Business Assistance to Veterans in the Bronx and Manhattan
veteran services

The Washington Heights & Inwood Development Corporation (WHIDC) is a 501c-3 not-for-profit offering free business development counseling to veterans starting a new business or expanding an existing business in the Bronx and Manhattan. The WHIDC helps veterans with business and legal issues, develop business plans, cash flow projections, marketing strategies, licenses, certifications and provides direct business loans up to $50,000. Martin Collins

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West 150th Street Block Association Back to School and Tea Party!

Beautify your block! Join us this Friday, October 16th for a day of Tree Care and Empowerment on 151st and 150th Street. We will be joining TreesNY and our neighbors on 151st Street to care for trees on both block! Clean litter, cultivate soil, plant daffodil bulbs an add mulch. Meet group at 151st and Broadway! RSVP: cheryl@treeny.org Empowerment Fair from 3:30pm - 6:30 pm. There will also be a WHEC Empowerment Fair on W 151st Street at the same

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T.L.C.’s Educators Open House: Dear Diaspora II at Harlem School of the Arts
hsa free educators workshop

For teachers attending from schools located within select City Council Districts 6, 8, & 17,  financial sponsorship of $300 will be allocated towards the contract of any CCCADI’s T.L.C. Arts Programs.* Please, RSVP for the workshops you plan on attending at www.deardiaspora2.eventbrite.com. Limited seating. Some restrictions apply.*   Kicking off the academic year, this Dear Diaspora Open House is especially ddesigned for New York iy

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