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Walking Tour with Michael Henry Adams – Undesignated Historic Assets of West Harlem Hamilton Heights
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Walking Tour: Focus on Undesignated Historic Assets of West Hamilton Heights. Join the conversation: learn about your neighborhood history, historic sites, and call for historic preservation advocacy to protect endangered sites of historic significance! Saturday, May 21st at 1:00 pm Community Board 9 sponsored Walking tour led by Michael Henry Adams. FREE - RSVP 212-939-9201 or eventbrite Meeting point: NE corner Broadway & West 146th Street

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Wilson Major Morris Community Center

Wilson Major Morris Community Center 459 West 152nd Street New York, N.Y. 10031 212-234-4661   At the Morris Community Center, our mission is to make sure that all people, especially seniors living in the Hamilton Heights, West Harlem, and Manhattanville neighborhoods, live in decent affordable housing. And that they get the necessary supportive services like nutritional, cultural and other services that add to their quality of life. We provide

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A Celebration of Art, Dance, Music and Community
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Harlem One Stop and the West Harlem Community Preservation Organization are currently inviting organizations to participate in the 4th annual Hamilton Heights-Sugar Hill Cultural Festival and “Pinkster” Artisan Fair. Scheduled for two consecutive Saturdays in June, this event is held in partnership with the annual NYC DOT “Weekend Walks”, an initiative to promote healthy, safe recreation, highlight local culture, and create high-quality public

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Farafina Cafe & Lounge Harlem
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1813 Amsterdam Avenue between 149th and 150th Streets New York, N.Y. 10031 2121-281-2445 http://www.farafinacafeloungeharlem.com/      

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Home Sweet Harlem

1528 Amsterdam Avenue, between 135th & 136th Streets   Now serving sandwiches, salads and the like. Full service menu to come in December.

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Brotherhood/Sister Sol Launches First Youth Run Farmer’s Market in Hamilton Heights
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Beginning July 10th, the Gaia Renaissance youth members at The Brotherhood/Sister Sol (BHSS) will be spearheading their very first youth run farmer’s market in Harlem. The Hamilton Heights Green Youth Market will be open to the public every Wednesday from 1130am-4pm on 143rd Street between Amsterdam and Hamilton Place and will run until the Fall.   “The research is clear regarding how important the summer months are to the development of children.

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Harlem School of the Arts Toots Trumpeter Herb Alpert’s Horn

Iconic trumpeter and philanthropist Herb Alpert never toots his own horn about his generous support for the arts because he prefers anonymity leaving boasting rights about his noble nature to others.  Case in point, The Herb Alpert Foundation made an unprecedented grant to the Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) of $5,050,000 – the largest single gift to any cultural institution in Harlem – bringing their total giving to HSA to more than $6 million

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Hamilton Heights Homeowners Association

Hamilton Heights Homeowners Association Hamilton Grange Station P.O. Box 565 Phone: (212) 281-4442 Email: info@hamiltonheightshomeowners.org    

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Department of Sanitation, Manhattan District #9

Department of Sanitation, Manhattan District #9 Phone: (718) 292-7531

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Corbin Hill Rd Farm Share

Corbin Hill Rd Farm Share Corbin Hill Road NYC Office: 119 West 120th Street Web site: Friends of Corbin Farm Our Vision Corbin Hill Road Farm (CHRF) addresses the needs of low-income communities living in "food deserts" by providing access to fresh produce. Our goal is to develop a sustainable approach that will not just feed these communities but also to help them develop into healthy, economic citizens. We are re-imagining the relationship between

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