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Bronx Things To Do This Weekend

Carnaval de la Cultura Latina, Golfing, Salsa Party at Orchard Beach, Bronx Farmers Markets are open, Bronx LGBTQ Pride Festival & Health Fair, Bronx Museum, Wave Hill, NY Botanical Garden & Bronx Zoo

bronx things to do bronxJuly 12, 2019 / Things To Do Bronx / Bronx Neighborhoods / Bronx Buzz NYC.

Weather. The Temperature highs will be around 90 all weekend and the temperature lows will be around 70 all weekend. No Precipitation. There isn't any rain in the forecast this weekend. Winds will be between 5 - 10 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be between 50% - 65% all weekend. Click for Bronx Weather.

MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

The photo at right shows a view of the Bronx from an airplane shortly after leaving LaGuardia Airport on a cloudy day.

Enjoy yourself this weekend by spending some time at Orchard Beach [scroll down to see video below], shop at one of the Bronx farmers markets that have recently opened, view art exhibits at the Bronx Museum, go golfing at Mosholu, Van Cortlandt or Pelham Bay Park - all Bronx golf courses - or just walk around in the Bronx this weekend - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - Golfing, Bronx Farmers Markets Open, Bronx Museum, Botanical Garden & Zoo

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right shows the club house at the City Parks Department Van Cortlandt Golf Course in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. It's a very good city golf course that - relatively speaking - doesn't cost much to play - see details below.

There's golfing at Mosholu Golf Course, Van Cortlandt Golf Course and Pelham Bay / Split Rock Golf Course throughout the summer [sports / prices last year were roughly $27 / $46 / per person].

The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street just opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

See Bronx Farmers markets and street fairs link below.

 

Saturday - Bronx LGBTQ Pride Festival & Health Fair, Golfing, Bronx Farmers Markets Open, Smells like a Teen Spirit, BHBG & Zoo

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right was taken flying over City Island in a prior year. City Island can easily be visited via subway, bus or bicycle or car and you'll feel miles away, like you're in a Long Island waterfront town.

On Saturday, July 13, 2019 from 11 am to 7.30 pm / Free - Bronx LGBTQ Pride Festival & Health Fair - At the Crotona Park Amphitheatre in Crotona Park at 1700 Crotona Avenue at Claremont Parkway. Live entertainment and booths. Street fairs near Mt Eden in the Mount Hope neighborhood of the Central Bronx & Montefiore one of organizers.

There's golfing at Mosholu Golf Course, Van Cortlandt Golf Course and Pelham Bay / Split Rock Golf Course throughout the summer [sports / prices last year were roughly $27 / $46 / per person].

The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

The New York Botanical Garden, located at 2900 Southern Blvd near the Norwood, Fordham and Belmont neighborhoods, is home to a number of other interesting exhibits, including copies of Darwin's first editions and a somewhat virgin forest dating back a couple of centuries [10am - 6pm / kids / Weekend tickets are $30 / $28 / $18 and weekedays $23 / $20 / $10 / under 2 free / www.nybg.org].

At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there are generally weekend programs including concerts and talks [$8 / $4 / $2 / parks / history / www.wavehill.org].

See events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend and scroll down for Bronx Farmers Markets and Bronx Street Fairs and Festivals links below.

 

Sunday - Carnaval de la Cultura Latina, Salsa Party Orchard Beach, Golfing, Useless Machines, Horticulture, NY Botanical & Zoo

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right shows a view of Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx just after a Salsa Party last year - see details below.

On Sunday, July 14, 2019 from 12 noon - 6 pm / Free - Carnaval de la Cultura Latina - Along Southern Blvd between 163rd St and Westchester Avenue in the Fox Hurst & near the Hunts Point neighborhoods in the Bronx. This event includes live music and dance entertainment, food and shopping. Click here for a map showing the location of the Carnaval - one of the Bronx street fairs in the Fox Hurst neighborhood of the East Bronx. Bronx street fairs in the Fox Hurst neighborhood [www.carnavalculturalatina.com].

From 1 to 6 pm every Sunday evening from Memorial Day to Labor Day there's a Salsa Party at Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park on the concrete pavilion just south of the main building [free / music / sports / kids].

At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there are generally weekend programs including concerts and talks [$8 / $4 / $2 / parks / history / www.wavehill.org].

There's golfing at Mosholu Golf Course, Van Cortlandt Golf Course and Pelham Bay / Split Rock Golf Course throughout the summer [sports / prices last year were roughly $27 / $46 / per person].

The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

The Bronx Zoo is located at 2300 Southern Blvd in the Fordham Manor neighborhood of the Bronx. Admission $70 / $40 for designated drivers. The Bronx Zoo at 2300 Southern Blvd offers a variety of activities for adults and kids including Sea Lion & Penguin feedings, Camel rides, Bug Carousel rides, 4 D Theater, Wild Asia Monorail and a Zoo Shuttle . The zoo is open and costs $27 for kids and $37 for adults or a year-long family pass which includes membership for $200. Wednesdays free. Coming soon Brew at the Zoo - click Bronx street fairs link below.

See events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend and scroll down for Bronx Farmers Markets and Bronx Street Fairs and Festivals.

 

WORK IN PROGRESS. Asterisked events have NOT been updated.

* Andrew Freedman Home & Bartow Pell Mansion & Bronx River Alliance & Bronx Doc Film.

* The Bronx Art Space at 301 East 140th Street #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx is hosting an exhibit entitled Paper Trail, will runs from April 13 - May 25th, 2019. The exhibit is described as, "Paper Trail focuses on works on paper by seven Latinx artists presenting paintings drawings, each which explore and manipulate the materiality of paper itself ..." [art / music / dance / www.bronxartspace.com / free]. They are open from 12 noon to 6.30 Wednesday through Friday and until 5 pm on Saturdays - except for special events.

 

Week Beginning 7.15.19 - TBD

TBD.

 

Bronx Things To Do, Farmers Mkts & Street Fairs

July 2019 - Click here for work in progress reports about Bronx farmers markets, Bronx things to do and Bronx street fairs.

Click here for free summer movies in the Bronx, free summer theater in the Bronx and free summer concerts in the Bronx. Click for details of New Years parties in the Bronx or here for Bronx holiday events & markets and Bronx shopping venues and restaurants in the Bronx.

Also see Friday & Weekend Events above.

BOOK REVIEW NEXT WEEK: The Mystery of Rusty Bedsprings by I. P. Knightly.


Bronx Things To Do This Weekend

Golfing, Salsa Party at Orchard Beach, Most Bronx Farmers Markets are open, Bronx Museum, Wave Hill, NY Botanical Garden & Bronx Zoo

bronx things to do bronx* July 5, 2019 / Things To Do Bronx / Bronx Neighborhoods / Bronx Buzz NYC.

* Weather. The Temperature highs will be in the mid to upper 80's all weekend and the temperature lows will be in the low to mid 70's all weekend. Precipitation. There's a 50% chance of between a quarter and half inch of rain throughout the day on Saturday, so you may get a bit wet if out, but likely nowhere near drenched. Winds will be between 5 - 10 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be between 65% - 75% all weekend. Click for Bronx Weather.

* MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

* The photo at right shows the view from the floating swimming pool at Barretto Point Park last year in the Hunts Point neighborhood in the Bronx. The park is open year round.

* Enjoy yourself this weekend by spending some time at Orchard Beach [scroll down to see video below], shop at one of the Bronx farmers markets that have recently opened, view art exhibits at the Bronx Museum, go golfing at Mosholu, Van Cortlandt or Pelham Bay Park - all Bronx golf courses - or just walk around in the Bronx this weekend - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - Golfing, Most Bronx Farmers Markets Open, Bronx Museum, Botanical Garden & Zoo

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right shows the club house at the City Parks Department Van Cortlandt Golf Course in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. It's a very good city golf course that - relatively speaking - doesn't cost much to play - see details below.

* There's golfing at Mosholu Golf Course, Van Cortlandt Golf Course and Pelham Bay / Split Rock Golf Course throughout the summer [sports / prices last year were roughly $27 / $46 / per person].

* The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street just opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

See Bronx Farmers markets and street fairs link below.

 

Saturday - Golfing, Most Bronx Farmers Markets Open, Smells like a Teen Spirit, BHBG & Zoo

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right was taken flying over City Island in a prior year. City Island can easily be visited via subway, bus or bicycle or car and you'll feel miles away, like you're in a Long Island waterfront town.

* There's golfing at Mosholu Golf Course, Van Cortlandt Golf Course and Pelham Bay / Split Rock Golf Course throughout the summer [sports / prices last year were roughly $27 / $46 / per person].

* The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

* The New York Botanical Garden, located at 2900 Southern Blvd near the Norwood, Fordham and Belmont neighborhoods, is home to a number of other interesting exhibits, including copies of Darwin's first editions and a somewhat virgin forest dating back a couple of centuries [10am - 6pm / kids / Weekend tickets are $30 / $28 / $18 and weekedays $23 / $20 / $10 / under 2 free / www.nybg.org].

* At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there are generally weekend programs including concerts and talks [$8 / $4 / $2 / parks / history / www.wavehill.org].

* See events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend and scroll down for Bronx Farmers Markets and Bronx Street Fairs and Festivals links below.

 

Sunday - Salsa Party Orchard Beach, Golfing, Useless Machines, Horticulture, NY Botanical & Zoo

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right shows a view of Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx just after a Salsa Party last year - see details below.

* From 1 to 6 pm every Sunday evening from Memorial Day to Labor Day there's a Salsa Party at Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park on the concrete pavilion just south of the main building [free / music / sports / kids].

* At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there are generally weekend programs including concerts and talks [$8 / $4 / $2 / parks / history / www.wavehill.org].

* There's golfing at Mosholu Golf Course, Van Cortlandt Golf Course and Pelham Bay / Split Rock Golf Course throughout the summer [sports / prices last year were roughly $27 / $46 / per person].

* The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street just opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

* The Bronx Zoo is located at 2300 Southern Blvd in the Fordham Manor neighborhood of the Bronx. Admission $70 / $40 for designated drivers. The Bronx Zoo at 2300 Southern Blvd offers a variety of activities for adults and kids including Sea Lion & Penguin feedings, Camel rides, Bug Carousel rides, 4 D Theater, Wild Asia Monorail and a Zoo Shuttle . The zoo is open and costs $27 for kids and $37 for adults or a year-long family pass which includes membership for $200. Wednesdays free. Coming soon Brew at the Zoo - click Bronx street fairs link below.

* See events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend and scroll down for Bronx Farmers Markets and Bronx Street Fairs and Festivals.

 

MOSTLY DONE. Asterisked events have been updated.

Andrew Freedman Home & Bartow Pell Mansion & Bronx River Alliance & Bronx Doc Film.

The Bronx Art Space at 301 East 140th Street #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx is hosting an exhibit entitled Paper Trail, will runs from April 13 - May 25th, 2019. The exhibit is described as, "Paper Trail focuses on works on paper by seven Latinx artists presenting paintings drawings, each which explore and manipulate the materiality of paper itself ..." [art / music / dance / www.bronxartspace.com / free]. They are open from 12 noon to 6.30 Wednesday through Friday and until 5 pm on Saturdays - except for special events.

 

Week Beginning 7.8.19 - TBD

TBD.

 

Bronx Things To Do, Farmers Mkts & Street Fairs

* July 2019 - Click here for work in progress reports about Bronx farmers markets, Bronx things to do and Bronx street fairs.

Click here for free summer movies in the Bronx, free summer theater in the Bronx and free summer concerts in the Bronx. Click for details of New Years parties in the Bronx or here for Bronx holiday events & markets and Bronx shopping venues and restaurants in the Bronx.

Also see Friday & Weekend Events above.

BOOK REVIEW NEXT WEEK: The Mystery of Rusty Bedsprings by I. P. Knightly.


Bronx Things To Do This Weekend

Perfect Weather Weekend, Make Music NY Concerts, St. Theresa Feast, HUB 3rd Ave / LGBTQ Fest, Some Bronx Farmers Markets have opened, Teen Spirit at Bronx Museum, Wave Hill, Zoo & Orchard Beach

bronx things to do bronxJune 21, 2019 / Things To Do Bronx / Bronx Neighborhoods / Bronx Buzz NYC.

Weather. The Temperature highs will be in the low 80's all weekend and the temperature lows will be in the mid to high 60's all weekend. Precipitation. There's a 0% chance of rain all weekend - hurray. Winds will be about 10 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be between 50% - 60% all weekend. Click for Bronx Weather.

MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

The photo at right shows an evening aerial view of Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park in the Bronx. During the summer on Sunday evenings they host a salsa party - see details below.

Enjoy yourself this weekend by spending some time at Orchard Beach [scroll down to see video below], shop at one of the Bronx farmers markets that have recently opened, view art exhibits at the Bronx Museum, go golfing at Mosholu, Van Cortlandt or Pelham Bay Park - all Bronx golf courses - or just walk around in the Bronx this weekend - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - Make Music NY, Many Bronx Farmers Markets Open, Bronx Museum, Zoo & Gardens

bronx things to do bronxThe photo at right was taken along Bronx Salsa Restaurant Row on Westchester Avenue in the Parkchester neighborhood of the Bronx last year. The food and music festival occurs every June, but unfortunately I couldn't find any notice for the event this year. Nonetheless there are other festive events planned this weekend.

Make Music New York coming Friday June 21 to numerous locations around the entire city at various times - see www.makemusicny.org for schedule - free.

The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street just opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

 

Saturday - St. Theresa Feast, Many Bronx Farmers Markets Now Open, Smells like a Teen Spirit, Rose Garden Weekend BHBG

bronx things to do bronxThe photo at right shows a view of the Hunts Point Fish Parade Festival in 2018. The parade and festival were held last week.

Wednesday - Sunday, June 19 - 23, 2019 from 5 pm to 9.30 pm weekdays & beginning at 2 pm on the Weekend - St Theresa Feast - At 2855 St Theresa Avenue between Westchester Avenue and Hutchinson River Parkway, and along Pilgrim Avenue Between Buhre Avenue and Santo Donato Place. Rides, raffles, food and games. You can purchase 40 discounted tickets for $25 before they open [offer ends 6/18], and it costs four tickets per ride. Bronx street fairs in the Middletown Pelham Bay neighborhood.x

The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

The New York Botanical Garden, located at 2900 Southern Blvd near the Norwood, Fordham and Belmont neighborhoods, is home to a number of other interesting exhibits, including copies of Darwin's first editions and a somewhat virgin forest dating back a couple of centuries [10am - 6pm / kids / Weekend tickets are $30 / $28 / $18 and weekedays $23 / $20 / $10 / under 2 free / www.nybg.org].

At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there are generally weekend programs including concerts and talks [$8 / $4 / $2 / parks / history / www.wavehill.org].

See events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend and scroll down for Bronx Farmers Markets and Bronx Street Fairs and Festivals.

 

Sunday - HUB 3rd Ave / LGBTQ Fest, Useless Machines, History, Horticulture, NY Botanical & Zoo

bronx things to do bronxThe photo at right was taken along the Bronx River looking at Concrete Park in the Foxhurst neighborhood of the Bronx.

Sunday, June 23, 2019 from 10 am - 6 pm. 1 Bronx Festival / HUB 3rd Avenue Summer Festival / LGBTQ Festival - Along 3rd Avenue from 149th to 156th street. Bronx street fairs in the Melrose neighborhood and near Mott Haven. Organized by Third Avenue BID, LGBTQ Bronx Caucus, Out Bronx, BAAD & Bronx Borough President.

Wednesday - Sunday, June 19 - 23, 2019 from 5 pm to 9.30 pm weekdays & beginning at 2 pm on the Weekend - St Theresa Feast - At 2855 St Theresa Avenue between Westchester Avenue and Hutchinson River Parkway, and along Pilgrim Avenue Between Buhre Avenue and Santo Donato Place. Rides, raffles, food and games. You can purchase 40 discounted tickets for $25 before they open [offer ends 6/18], and it costs four tickets per ride. Bronx street fairs in the Middletown Pelham Bay neighborhood.x

At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there are generally weekend programs including concerts and talks [$8 / $4 / $2 / parks / history / www.wavehill.org].

The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street just opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

The Bronx Zoo is located at 2300 Southern Blvd in the Fordham Manor neighborhood of the Bronx. Admission $70 / $40 for designated drivers. The Bronx Zoo at 2300 Southern Blvd offers a variety of activities for adults and kids including Sea Lion & Penguin feedings, Camel rides, Bug Carousel rides, 4 D Theater, Wild Asia Monorail and a Zoo Shuttle . The zoo is open and costs $27 for kids and $37 for adults or a year-long family pass which includes membership for $200. Wednesdays free. Coming soon Brew at the Zoo - click Bronx street fairs link below.

See events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend and scroll down for Bronx Farmers Markets and Bronx Street Fairs and Festivals.

 

MOSTLY DONE. Asterisked events have NOT been updated.

* Andrew Freedman Home & Bartow Pell Mansion & Bronx River Alliance & Bronx Doc Film.

* The Bronx Art Space at 301 East 140th Street #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx is hosting an exhibit entitled Paper Trail, will runs from April 13 - May 25th, 2019. The exhibit is described as, "Paper Trail focuses on works on paper by seven Latinx artists presenting paintings drawings, each which explore and manipulate the materiality of paper itself ..." [art / music / dance / www.bronxartspace.com / free]. They are open from 12 noon to 6.30 Wednesday through Friday and until 5 pm on Saturdays - except for special events.

 

Week Beginning 6.24.19 - Independence Day Fireworks

Independence Day Fireworks at Co-op City. Details to follow.

 

Bronx Things To Do, Farmers Mkts & Street Fairs

June 2019 - Click here for work in progress reports about Bronx farmers markets, Bronx things to do and Bronx street fairs.

Click here for free summer movies in the Bronx, free summer theater in the Bronx and free summer concerts in the Bronx. Click for details of New Years parties in the Bronx or here for Bronx holiday events & markets and Bronx shopping venues and restaurants in the Bronx.

Also see Friday & Weekend Events above.

BOOK REVIEW NEXT WEEK: The Mystery of Rusty Bedsprings by I. P. Knightly.


Bronx Things To Do This Weekend

Fathers Day Weekend, Hunts Point Fish Parade, Feast of St. Anthony, St. Helenas Parish Festival, Fair in the Square, Some Bronx Farmers Markets have opened, Teen Spirit at Bronx Museum, Wave Hill, Zoo & Orchard Beach

bronx things to do bronx* June 14, 2019 / Things To Do Bronx / Bronx Neighborhoods / Bronx Buzz NYC.

* Weather. The Temperature highs will be around 80 all weekend. The temperature lows will be about 60 on Friday, rising to about 70 for the rest of the weekend. Precipitation. There's a 40% chance of about a third inch of rain on Sunday, with the probability climbing from about 25% in the morning to over 50% by evening. Winds will be about 10 -15 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be about 50% Friday and Saturday, rising to 60% on Sunday. Click for Bronx Weather.

* MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

* The photo at right shows a view of the Feast of St. Anthony in the Belmont / Little Italy neighborhood of the Bronx in 2018. The Feast of St. Anthony returned this week and runs through the weekend - see details below.

* Enjoy yourself this weekend by spending some time at Orchard Beach [scroll down to see video below], attend the Feast of St. Anthony or the St. Helenas Parish Festival, shop at one of the Bronx farmers markets that have already opened, view art exhibits at the Bronx Museum, go golfing at Mosholu, Van Cortlandt or Pelham Bay Park - all Bronx golf courses - or just walk around in the Bronx this weekend - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - Feast of St. Anthony, St. Helenas Parish Carnival, Many Bronx Farmers Markets Open, Bronx Museum, Zoo & Gardens

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right shows Hunts Point Fish Parade Festival in Barretto Park in June of 2019. The festival returns Saturday - see details below.

* Wednesday - Sunday, June 12 - 16, 2019 from 6 pm to 11 pm - The Feast of St. Anthony. Times are Wed & Thurs from 6 - 10 pm / Fri until 11 pm, Sat from 2 pm - 11 pm / Sun from 2 pm - 10 pm. It's the 113th annual Feast of St Anthony at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church at 627 East 187th Street. The triangle of streets along Cresent and Arthur Avenues & 187th Street in the Little Italy section of the Belmont neighborhood in the Bronx will be celebrating this Belmont neighborhood st fair with rides, games, raffles, food and entertainment every night. Officially the street fair is being held along East 187th street from Arthur to Beaumont Avenue, and along Crescent from Cambreleng to Belmont Avenue. There will be a procession on Sunday beginning at 5 pm [scroll down for video of the festival last year].

* The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street just opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

 

Saturday - Hunts Point Fish Parade, Fair in the Square, Feast of St. Anthony, St. Helenas Parish Carnival, Many Bronx Farmers Markets Open, Smells like a Teen Spirit, Rose Garden Weekend BHBG

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right shows a view of the Hunts Point Fish Parade Festival in 2018. The parade and festival return on Saturday - see details below.

* Saturday, June 15, 2019 from 10 am - 5 pm. 16th Annual Hunts Point Fish Parade & Festival. Begins at Hunts Point Riverside Park [just across the Bronx River from Soundview Park] at Lafayette Avenue and Edgewater Road with pre-parade registration & activities beginning at 10.30 am [free]. The Fish Parade marches through Hunts Point beginning at 11.30 am and ends at Barretto Point Park at Tiffany and Viele Avenue around 12 noon where games, music, food and raffles are available throughout the festival which ends at 5 pm. Bronx street fairs in Hunts Point. Organized by the Point CDC.x

* Saturday, June 15, 2019 from 11 am - 7 pm - 11th Annual Bronx Fair in the Square on Lane Avenue & 11th Annual Bronx Fair in the Square on Tremont Avenue - Along Lane Avenue from Tremont Avenue to Westchester Avenue. Also along Tremont Avenue from St Raymonds to Frisby Avenue. Bronx St fairs festivals in the Westchester Square neighborhood of the East Bronx. Organized by the WSBID & clrvw.x

* Wednesday - Sunday, June 12 - 16, 2019 from 6 pm to 11 pm - The Feast of St. Anthony. Times are Wed & Thurs from 6 - 10 pm / Fri until 11 pm, Sat from 2 pm - 11 pm / Sun from 2 pm - 10 pm. It's the 113th annual Feast of St Anthony at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church at 627 East 187th Street. The triangle of streets along Cresent and Arthur Avenues & 187th Street in the Little Italy section of the Belmont neighborhood in the Bronx will be celebrating this Belmont neighborhood st fair with rides, games, raffles, food and entertainment every night. Officially the street fair is being held along East 187th street from Arthur to Beaumont Avenue, and along Crescent from Cambreleng to Belmont Avenue. There will be a procession on Sunday beginning at 5 pm [scroll down for video of the festival last year].

* Wednesday - Sunday, June 12 - 16, 2019 - St. Helenas Parish Carnival beginning at 1 pm - At St. Helenas Church at 1315 Olmsted Avenue at Westchester Avenue. In 2017 they had a parade that marched down to Owen Dolan Park at 2551 Westchester Square where they held the fair from 2 pm to 6 pm. This year the carnival will be held in the parish parking lot. There will be games, contests, prizes and entertainment. Street fairs in Westchester Square neighborhood of the Bronx.

* The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

* The New York Botanical Garden, located at 2900 Southern Blvd near the Norwood, Fordham and Belmont neighborhoods, is home to a number of other interesting exhibits, including copies of Darwin's first editions and a somewhat virgin forest dating back a couple of centuries [10am - 6pm / kids / Weekend tickets are $30 / $28 / $18 and weekedays $23 / $20 / $10 / under 2 free / www.nybg.org].

* At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there are generally weekend programs including concerts and talks [$8 / $4 / $2 / parks / history / www.wavehill.org].

* See events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend and scroll down for Bronx Farmers Markets and Bronx Street Fairs and Festivals.

 

Sunday - Happy Fathers Day, Feast of St. Anthony, St. Helenas Parish Carnival, Useless Machines, History, Horticulture, NY Botanical & Zoo

bronx things to do bronx* The photo at right is a jacket and shirt ensemble at Equire Men's Clothing in Astoria. On Fathers Day it's nice to give our fathers something to let them know that we appreciate all that they have done for us.

* Wednesday - Sunday, June 12 - 16, 2019 from 6 pm to 11 pm - The Feast of St. Anthony. Times are Wed & Thurs from 6 - 10 pm / Fri until 11 pm, Sat from 2 pm - 11 pm / Sun from 2 pm - 10 pm. It's the 113th annual Feast of St Anthony at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church at 627 East 187th Street. The triangle of streets along Cresent and Arthur Avenues & 187th Street in the Little Italy section of the Belmont neighborhood in the Bronx will be celebrating this Belmont neighborhood st fair with rides, games, raffles, food and entertainment every night. Officially the street fair is being held along East 187th street from Arthur to Beaumont Avenue, and along Crescent from Cambreleng to Belmont Avenue. There will be a procession on Sunday beginning at 5 pm [scroll down for video of the festival last year].

* Wednesday - Sunday, June 12 - 16, 2019 - St. Helenas Parish Carnival beginning at 1 pm - At St. Helenas Church at 1315 Olmsted Avenue at Westchester Avenue. In 2017 they had a parade that marched down to Owen Dolan Park at 2551 Westchester Square where they held the fair from 2 pm to 6 pm. This year the carnival will be held in the parish parking lot. There will be games, contests, prizes and entertainment. Street fairs in Westchester Square neighborhood of the Bronx.

* At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there are generally weekend programs including concerts and talks [$8 / $4 / $2 / parks / history / www.wavehill.org].

* The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street just opened [May 8] Smells Like Teen Spirit which is a collection of various works by NYC teens. There are currently three exhibits currently on display including the aforementioned. A sculptureal exhibit is entitled Useless Machines for Dreaming, Thinking and Seeing [thru September 1] described as, "... [the exhibit] presents a selection of curious machines created by artists with the goal of stirring dreams, feelings, critical thinking, and ironies; for seeing what microscopes, telescopes and cartographies cannot show; for flying without taking-off; in short, for doing the impossible. Such are some of the uses of art." There's a video exhibit, Video Ergo Sum, by Peter Campus who is an early artistic videographer, whose work shows natural surroundings [thru July 22nd]. [art / free / www.bronxmuseum.org].

* The Bronx Zoo is located at 2300 Southern Blvd in the Fordham Manor neighborhood of the Bronx. Admission $70 / $40 for designated drivers. The Bronx Zoo at 2300 Southern Blvd offers a variety of activities for adults and kids including Sea Lion & Penguin feedings, Camel rides, Bug Carousel rides, 4 D Theater, Wild Asia Monorail and a Zoo Shuttle . The zoo is open and costs $27 for kids and $37 for adults or a year-long family pass which includes membership for $200. Wednesdays free. Coming soon Brew at the Zoo - click Bronx street fairs link below.

* See events posted above that run thru Friday & Weekend and scroll down for Bronx Farmers Markets and Bronx Street Fairs and Festivals.

 

MOSTLY DONE. Asterisked events have been updated.

Andrew Freedman Home & Bartow Pell Mansion & Bronx River Alliance & Bronx Doc Film.

The Bronx Art Space at 301 East 140th Street #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx is hosting an exhibit entitled Paper Trail, will runs from April 13 - May 25th, 2019. The exhibit is described as, "Paper Trail focuses on works on paper by seven Latinx artists presenting paintings drawings, each which explore and manipulate the materiality of paper itself ..." [art / music / dance / www.bronxartspace.com / free]. They are open from 12 noon to 6.30 Wednesday through Friday and until 5 pm on Saturdays - except for special events.

 

Week Beginning 6.17.19 - Make Music NY

* Make Music New York coming Friday June 21 to numerous locations around the entire city at various times - see www.makemusicny.org for schedule - free.

 

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* June 2019 - Click here for work in progress reports about Bronx farmers markets, Bronx things to do and Bronx street fairs.

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