Aurora & Zon del Barrio every Sunday afternoon in Spanish Harlem for an oldskool Sunday Afternoon Danzette where the community comes together to socialize, eat, drink and dance on the hardwood floor of the air-conditioned multi-purpose plaza of the Julia de Burgos Performing Arts Center. Continue Reading →
The annual Ethnic Festival attracts thousands of area residents and visitors to East Harlem each year where a unique meeting of cultures come together through music, dance, arts and crafts, ethnic cuisine, and educational activities for all ages. Continue Reading →
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