Six Harlem Precincts Hosting ‘Night Out’ With Food, Music, More And You’re Invited

Harlem’s six police precincts are each hosting free, family-friendly evening events this week as part of the “National Night Out.”

The annual event, which aims to improve police-community relations and deter crime, will be held across the city on Tuesday — mostly from 5–8 p.m.

This year marks a big return for the Night Out, which went on a pandemic hiatus last year.

Every Harlem precinct is putting on its own unique event. Here are the details for each one:

26th Precinct (West Harlem):

  • Location: Morningside Avenue between West 125th and 127th streets
  • Time: 4–8 p.m.
  • Activities: Music and live entertainment, free food and drink, prizes and giveaways, community resources and other activities for kids

28th Precinct (Central Harlem):

  • Location: 163 West 125th St. (Harlem State Office Building)
  • Time: 5–9 p.m.
  • Activities: Food, drinks, live music, games and raffles, including five bikes

32nd Precinct (Central Harlem):

  • Location: West 135th Street between Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard and Frederick Douglas Boulevard
  • Time: 3–9 p.m.
  • Activities: Music from the Jazzmobile, DJs, face painting, dancing, free barbeque and other food and beverages, tables from the Parks Department, FDNY and other agencies, giveaways and “Much, much more”

30th Precinct (Hamilton Heights):

  • Location: Johnny Hartman Plaza (corner of Amsterdam Avenue, West 143rd Street and Hamilton Place)
  • Time: 12–6 p.m.
  • Activities: Free food, live band, games, performances, “funny puppeteers,” giveaways

25th Precinct (East Harlem):

  • Location: 120 East 119th St., between Park and Lexington Avenues (in front of 25th Precinct)
  • Time: 4–9 p.m.
  • Activities: Block party with food, fun, games, music and more

23rd Precinct (East Harlem):

  • Location: East 106th Street between Third and Lexington avenues
  • Time: 4–8 p.m.
  • Activities: “Free food, fun and friendship”

Find more information here.


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