Harlem Week’s Harlem Day Schedule Today In Harlem

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Join Harlem Day, August 17th, 2015, and get started by checking out the schedule below as part of the Harlem Week 2015 celebration in Harlem, New York.

Here’s the schedule:

W. 135th St. (bet. 5th Ave & Malcolm X Blvd)
10:00AM – 4:00PM

Upper Manhattan Auto Show

Featuring classic, vintage and the newest cars, as well as motorcycles and historic   buses.

West 135th Street between 5th Avenue & Malcolm X Blvd.

Our Health Village

Health testing, education and information
Harlem Hospital Mural Pavilion 12NOON-6PM
(between 136th Street and 137th &  Malcolm X Blvd.

Upper Manhattan Small Business Expo & Fair
(Fifth Avenue & Malcolm X Blvd)

Tri-State Junior Tennis Clinics 10AM-4PM

Howard Bennett Playground –
W. 135TH Street Fifth Ave & Malcolm X Blvd

NY City “Children’s Festival” (Day 2) 12NOON – 7PM

Theme: “Back to School”.  Featuring exhibits, games, arts & crafts, live music, dance, free health testing and sports clinics
135th St. (bet. Malcolm X & Adam Clayton Powell Jr., Blvds.)

Site II
HMF-5th Avenue Main Stage 1PM-7PM

Jazz, R&B Musical Theatre, Hip Hop, Gospel and guest artists

Site III
1:00PM-7:00PM HMF/YMCA Stage
Dance, Gospel, Jazz, Spoken Word, Hip-Hop, R&B, Musical Theater and “Back to School” Children’s Fashion Show

NJPAC Jazz for Teens, Kim and Reggie Harris and others
135TH Street between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd

Site IV 1:00PM-7:00PM
HMF St. Nicholas Avenue Main Stage
W. 135th St. and St. Nicholas Ave.
Salute to Malcolm X  featuring R&B, Jazz, Hip Hop, Blues, and Dance with a special guest performance by Doug E. Fresh and guest artists

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International Vendors Village

Upscale arts and crafts and designers

Photograph by Seitu Oronde.


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