Enjoy art, performances and happenings in the community gardens this weekend!
From MoRUS & Green Map, to benefit Sixth Street Community Center’s food distribution program: RSVP or purchase tix!
Outdoor and indoor exhibition tour at MoRUS 155 Avenue C!
Take a night walk of the neighborhood with a series of temporary light installations occupying a selection of East Village storefronts. Open to discover in one’s own time, order and (socially distanced) space.
Weekly Manhattan Chamber of Commerce webinar: Small business money management in times of crisis
Indoor dining is not yet permitted in NYC.
Outdoor dining is permitted on sidewalks and in parking lanes. Seating cannot exceed business frontage and is not allowed in bike lanes, bus stops, crosswalks, etc. See diagrams and a list of restrictions, along with very important additional information in FAQs.
Retail and licensed hair care providers are operating under industry-specific guidelines. Other personal care services may now open: massage, tattoo and piercing, nail salons and hair removal services.
For more details, hit the Resources for Small Businesses button.
Outdoor dining is permitted on sidewalks and in parking lanes. Seating cannot exceed business frontage and is not allowed in bike lanes, bus stops, crosswalks, etc. See diagrams and a full list of restrictions here.
Retail and licensed hair care providers are permitted to open under industry-specific guidelines. Other personal care services: tattoo or piercing salons, nail salons, hair removal services, etc. remain closed.
For more details, hit the Resources for Small Businesses button!
Weekly Manhattan Chamber of Commerce webinar: Preparing Your Required COVID-19 Health and Safety Plan for Business Reopening in New York State
Join EVCC on our Jane’s Walk From Home! Saving History: Community Advocacy in the East Village
Touring the streets surrounding Tompkins Square Park through historic photos from Urban Archives, we look at moments in time where the actions of neighbors, activists and local organizations helped change the course of history. Learn how constant advocacy through zoning, historic districts and landmarking efforts helps ensure the survival of small businesses, spaces of community, and architectural identity in the East Village.