Join FABnyc, Dorill Initiative, G.O.L.E.S, Loisaida Center, The Lower East Side Girls Club, Sixth Street Community Center, Swiss Institute, Tompkins Square Library (and more!) for an afternoon of culture & community on the Ave B Open Street between 8th & 9th Streets.
Join Loisaida Open Streets Community Coalition (LOSCC) and StreetLab for obstacle courses, chalk drawing and free play from 2 – 5pm Fridays in May! With a very special lineup of top-notch jazz musicians from Gotham Yardbird Sanctuary from 3 – 5pm.
Join Municipal Arts Society and the Lower East Side Preservation Initiative (LESPI) for a livestream virtual tour exploring the creativity and culture of early Yiddish Theater and its contribution to NYC culture. Led by licensed tour guide Barry Feldman and EVCC Executive Director Laura Sewell.
Watch the replay of this wonderful program presented by the Lower East Side Preservation Initiative (LESPI).
Join LOSCC and the 14th Street Y for FREE fitness classes on the Ave B Open Street (13th – 14th Streets). All levels welcome!
Loisaida United Neighborhood Gardens’ Spring Awakening parade sets off at noon from El Sol Brillante Garden, 12th Street between Aves A & B, visits local gardens and lands on the Ave B Open Street. Join LOSCC and FABnyc for an afternoon of performances, tours, seed giveaways and more!
Join us for a FREE drop-in Zumba Class on Ave B between 9th & 10th Streets! Low impact at 1 PM, all levels at 2 PM. Sponsored by NYC DOT and produced by Loisaida Open Streets Community Coalition.
Join EVCC for a day of community to clean up Ave B and Tompkins Square Park! Check in at GOLES 171 Avenue B 12:00 – 2:00 pm.
Learn how to access open data to see the status of the addresses that interest you. Takeaways include how to research 311 complaints, Department of Buildings violations and hearings. Block associations and individuals are welcome! Please register to receive a link to join us.
Meet the WhatsOpenEV.com map! An open-source tool created by BetaNYC and maintained by EVCC, with tips from local blogger evgrieve.com and dedicated virtual volunteers. On the Ave B Open Street near 11th Street. This event is weather-dependent, please register for updates.
Alex Harsley’s reportage style of photography started in 1958 as the first Black photographer for the New York City District Attorney. Mr. Harsley has curated The 4th Street Photo Gallery and The Minority Photographers non-profit since the early 1970s. Join us for a special photography talk about this neighborhood treasure and Alex Harsley’s own work.
Watch the replay of this wonderful program presented on FEB 10, 2021 and co-sponsored by Village Preservation.