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Bronx River Art Center to offer fine arts classes

The Bronx River Art Center is offering. Read more…
Bronx Times Reporter

Dixieland on July 4th

The Bronx Arts Ensemble Jazz and Dixieland Band opens the BAE SUMMERMUSIC series with a salute to George M. Cohan, Irving Berlin, Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, W. C. Handy and more at a FREE concert in Van Cortlandt Park at Rockwood Drive Circle, near Mosholu Avenue and Broadway on Sat., July 4 at 2 pm in celebration of Independence Day. Trombonist and bandleader Jack Gale, who has arranged music for numerous Broadway theatres, commercials and concerts, will arrange all music for the Jul 4 performance. Seating is provided but the audience is urged to bring folding chairs. Read more…

Young Bronxites aid in BronxNet’s Youth Channel launch

BronxNet kicked off its new youth channel on Monday, June 15, with a launch party and television special. The new channel will feature content for, by, and about young people in and around the Bronx. Read more…

Bronx Zoo plans 10 days of Congo craft-making

As part of the 10th anniversary celebration of the Bronx Zoo’s Congo Gorilla Forest exhibit, the Wildlife Conservation Society – the zoo’s parent organization – is hosting ten days of craft-making workshops in collaboration with the Museum for African Art. Read more…

Wave Hill sets July 4th weekend fun

Two new workshops series begin at Wave - nature photography with Benjamin Swett and beading techniques with jewelry designer Bonnie Rogers. What more rapturous place is there than Wave Hill to indulge your passion for either art form? And if you find the lure of a sunset evening in the gardens irresistible, and you’ll come for Sunset Wednesday, supper on the Terrace and a poetry workshop. Whatever draws you to Wave Hill this week, the gardens, serene, lush -- there is something good about all the rain! -- and inviting, create that soft summer mood we all cherish at this time of year. Read more…
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