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Bronx Things To Do This Weekend

Tour de Bronx, Pregones Performance, Bronx Art Space, Maximum Security a New Play, Bronx Museum, Chihuli @Botanical Gardens, Bronx Zoo, Wave Hill

bronx things to do bronx_October 20, 2017 / Things To Do Bronx / Bronx Neighborhoods / Bronx Buzz NYC.

 

_Weather. The temperature highs will be in the 70's through the weekend, and the lows will be in the 50's on Friday rising to the mid 60's by Sunday. There isn't any rain in the forecast and the winds will range between 2 - 7 mph, while the humidity will be in the 40's Friday rising to the 60's by Sunday. Click for Bronx Weather.

 

_The photo at right shows street art Bronx Style on a wall off the Grand Concourse near the Andrew Freeman Home. The Bronx Art Space makes efforts to attract and guide this sort of talent in exhibits like the one closing this weekend. Also this weekend there's a new play being performed in the abandoned Andrew Freeman Home - see details regarding both below.

 

Friday & Weekend Things to do in the Bronx - Art, Film, Pregones Theater & Bronx Art Space

_The Pregones Theater at 575 Walton Avenue in Mott Haven is hosting performances of El Apagon / The Blackout beginning at 8 pm Friday, 5 and 8 pm Saturday and 3 pm Sunday. The play is about a Puerto Rican riding the subway on the way to witness the birth of his firstborn, when the great northeastern blackout sweeps the city [$15 / $30 / music].

_At the Bronx Art Space from 6 to 9 pm - Rikers: An American Jail will be presented followed by panel with 13th Doc cast member Corey Greene and HOLLA members, moderated by Five Mualimm-ak at Bronx Art Space at 301 East 140th Street - #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx.

bronx things to do bronx_The photo at right shows street art Bronx Style on a wall off East Tremont Avenue not far from St Rayomnds. The Bronx Art Space makes efforts to attract and guide this sort of talent in exhibits like the one closing this weekend - see details above and below.

_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.

_The New York Botanical Gardens at 2900 Southern Blvd near the Norwood, Fordham and Belmont neighborhoods is hosting an exhibit entitled Chihuli featuring 20 installations by artist Dale Chihuli. The NY Botanical Gardens has been selling out many of the events like concerts that are done in connection with the exhibit, but it is also 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 / $23 / $20 / $10 / under 2 free].

_The Bronx Historical Society at 3309 Bainbridge Avenue at 208th Street in the Norwood neighborhood has an exhibit about the impact of WWI on the borough entitled Over There: America & The Great War, which ends October 8th. The Society also runs the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage at 2640 Grand Concourse at East Kingsbridge Road in the Belmont neighborhood is open Thursday & Friday 10 am - 3 pm, and both Poe Cottage and the Bronx Historical Society are open Saturday 10 am - 4 pm and Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / history].

 

Saturday - Bike Ride, Maximum Security Andrew Freedman Home Performance, Bronx Art Space Exhibit Closing Reception

_Beginning at 6 pm - Maximum Security, a play by Piedad Bonnett, directed by Nelson Celis, translated by Lucia della Paolera at the Andrew Freedman Home at 1125 Grand Concourse, but you may have to enter in the rear of the building on Walton Avenue and McClellan Street in the Concourse neighborhood.

_There's a gathering / closing reception beginning at 6 pm at the Bronx Art Space at 301 East 140th Street - #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx.

bronx things to do bronx_The photo at right shows the Andrew Freedman Home situated along the Grand Concourse just north of the Bronx Museum. The home was built to serve elderly people who lost their fortunes, but after the trust that supported it ran out of money, it went into disrepair. At present it appears empty. This weekend a play entitled Maximum Security will be performed there - see details in Saturday listing above.

*The Bronx Documentary Center at 614 Courtlandt Avenue at 151st Street in Melrose is hosting its third annual Women's Film Series which began October 2 and runs through Saturday 10/14. The final screening of women's short films begins at 7 pm. The films will be followed by a Q & A with people involved in the production of them [$5 / $10 / film - tickets at bronxdoc.org]. They describe the last night as follows,

"Final Screening of our 3rd Annual Woman Film Series Featuring "Cameraperson" by Kirsten Johnson. Followed by Q&A with the Director."

_There's golfing at Mosholu, Van Cortlandt and Pelham Bay Parks throughout most of the year [sports / roughly $27 / $46 / per person].

_There's a Claremont Park bike ride every Saturday from July 8th to October 28th from 10 am to 12 noon - meeting at the Claremont Neighborhood Center at 489 East 169th Street [free / sports / kids].

_The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street in the Concourse neighborhood currently has on exhibit a number of shows including 4th Artists in the Market Biennial exhibition featuring 72 up-and-coming local Bronx artists. There's also a one man exhibit by Ivan Velez entitled Bronx Haiku which depicts life in a comic book / haiku style. Both exhibits end 10/22 [art / free].

 

Sunday - Tour de Bronx Bike Ride

bronx things to do bronx*The photo at right shows NYC bikers riding through the boroughs on one of the biking events organized in the city. This weekend the popular Tour de Bronx returns for its 24th year - see details below.

_The Tour de Bronx begins at 9 am at 164th Street between Walton and the Grand Concourse. Children under age 17 must be accompanied by an adult [free / biking / sports - rsvp at www.eventbrite.com]. The event was described as,

"...is a bicycling event established in 1994 by the office of the Bronx Borough President and The Bronx Tourism Council ... [there are two rides] ... The 25-mile route takes riders through the south, east and mid portion of the borough including the Mott Haven district, Clason Point, Pelham Bay Park which is the largest park in New York City ... The 40-mile route includes a visit to the historic Fort Schuyler on the Throggs Neck community of City Island and the northern portions of the borough like Woodlawn and Riverdale ... [both rides ending] at the iconic New York Botanical Garden ..."

_The Bronx Historical Society at 3309 Bainbridge Avenue at 208th Street in the Norwood neighborhood has an exhibit about the impact of WWI on the borough entitled Over There: America & The Great War, which ends this weekend October 8th. The Society also runs the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage at 2640 Grand Concourse at East Kingsbridge Road in the Belmont neighborhood is open Thursday & Friday 10 am - 3 pm, and both Poe Cottage and the Bronx Historical Society are open Saturday 10 am - 4 pm and Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / history].

_At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood [$28 / $24 includes admission fee - might be free because Open House NY Weekend / history]. There's also usually a Garden Walk given free with admission beginning at 11 am, except on Sundays when it begins at 2 pm.

_Also see venues like the Bronx Museum, Bronx Zoo, NY Botanical Gardens and Van Cortlandt, Mosholu & Pelham Bay Park golf courses that run events or provide access all weekend - see details above.

 

Monday - Hostos Art Exhibit

_The Hostos College art gallery at 450 Grand Concourse off 149th Street is hosting an exhibit entitled Boleros which is about the Bronx latin roots [free /art].

 

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Bronx Things To Do This Weekend

Open House NY, Womens Film Series @ Doc Film Center, Music @ Lehman, Art @ Bronx Museum, Chihuli @Botanical Gardens, Bronx Zoo, Wave Hill

bronx things to do bronx*October 13, 2017 / Things To Do Bronx / Bronx Neighborhoods / Bronx Buzz NYC.

*Weather. The temperature highs will be in the mid 60's Friday, rising to the high 70's by Sunday. The lows will be in the 60's. There isn't any rain in the forecast and the winds will range between 8 - 17 mph, while the humidity will stay high in the 70's and 80% range. Click for Bronx Weather.

 

*The photo at right shows the Andrew Freedman Home situated along the Grand Concourse just north of the Bronx Museum. The home was built to serve elderly people who lost their fortunes, but after the trust that supported it ran out of money, it went into disrepair. At present it appears empty.

 

Weekend Things to do in the Bronx - Art, Women's Film Series Shorts, Bronx History, Botanical Gardens & Zoo

bronx things to do bronx*The photo at right shows part of the shopping district in what is sometimes referred to as the Bronx Times Square in the Melrose neighborhood of the Bronx earlier this year.

*Open House NY returns this weekend, with over 200 sites open for public viewing in all five boroughs. You may visit 140 of them without an rsvp and the intent of the program is to,

"provide broad audiences with unparalleled access to the extraordinary architecture of New York and to the people who help design, build, and preserve the city."

For details about the sites in each borough, visit www.ohny.org.

*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.

*The New York Botanical Gardens at 2900 Southern Blvd near the Norwood, Fordham and Belmont neighborhoods is hosting an exhibit entitled Chihuli featuring 20 installations by artist Dale Chihuli. The NY Botanical Gardens has been selling out many of the events like concerts that are done in connection with the exhibit, but it is also 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 / $23 / $20 / $10 / under 2 free].

*The Bronx Historical Society at 3309 Bainbridge Avenue at 208th Street in the Norwood neighborhood has an exhibit about the impact of WWI on the borough entitled Over There: America & The Great War, which ends October 8th. The Society also runs the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage at 2640 Grand Concourse at East Kingsbridge Road in the Belmont neighborhood is open Thursday & Friday 10 am - 3 pm, and both Poe Cottage and the Bronx Historical Society are open Saturday 10 am - 4 pm and Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / history].

 

Saturday - Open House NY, Bike Ride, Women's Film Series & Expensive Lehman College Entertainment

bronx things to do bronx*The photo at right shows the Bronx celebration of the borough as the birthplace of Hip Hop in a grafitti depiction in the Grand Concourse neighborhood this summer.

*The Lehman Performing Arts Center at 250 Bedford Park Blvd presents Santo Domingo Tiene Salsa beginning at 8 pm [$50 / $75 / music]. For a city college, their entertainment programs seem overpriced relative to the median income of the community - perhaps they should invest in local talent and consider charging less.

*Open House NY returns this weekend, with over 200 sites open for public viewing in all five boroughs. You may visit 140 of them without an rsvp and the intent of the program is to,

"provide broad audiences with unparalleled access to the extraordinary architecture of New York and to the people who help design, build, and preserve the city."

For details about the sites in each borough, visit www.ohny.org.

*At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood there's a reading of Mark Twain's The War Prayer beginning at 2 pm. Twain lived at Wave Hill for a short period and built a tree house there. There's also usually a Garden Walk given free with admission beginning at 11 am, except on Sundays when it begins at 2 pm [$28 / $24 / history & culture].

*The Bronx Documentary Center at 614 Courtlandt Avenue at 151st Street in Melrose is hosting its third annual Women's Film Series which began October 2 and runs through Saturday 10/14. The final screening of women's short films begins at 7 pm. The films will be followed by a Q & A with people involved in the production of them [$5 / $10 / film - tickets at bronxdoc.org]. They describe the last night as follows,

"Final Screening of our 3rd Annual Woman Film Series Featuring "Cameraperson" by Kirsten Johnson. Followed by Q&A with the Director."

*There's golfing at Mosholu, Van Cortlandt and Pelham Bay Parks throughout most of the year [sports / roughly $27 / $46 / per person].

*There's a Claremont Park bike ride every Saturday from July 8th to October 28th from 10 am to 12 noon - meeting at the Claremont Neighborhood Center at 489 East 169th Street [free / sports / kids].

*The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street in the Concourse neighborhood currently has on exhibit a number of shows including 4th Artists in the Market Biennial exhibition featuring 72 up-and-coming local Bronx artists. There's also a one man exhibit by Ivan Velez entitled Bronx Haiku which depicts life in a comic book / haiku style. Both exhibits end 10/22 [art / free].

 

Sunday - Open House NY

bronx things to do bronx*The photo at right shows the Lorelei Fountain situated along 161st Street just east of the Grand Concourse and Yankee Stadium. The fountain is dedicated to the German author, Heinrich Heine, who wrote a poem about the fabled Lorelei who was a mermaid-like water woman. The Yankees beat the Twins this week to move onto the American League Baseball Playoffs.

*The Bronx Historical Society at 3309 Bainbridge Avenue at 208th Street in the Norwood neighborhood has an exhibit about the impact of WWI on the borough entitled Over There: America & The Great War, which ends this weekend October 8th. The Society also runs the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage at 2640 Grand Concourse at East Kingsbridge Road in the Belmont neighborhood is open Thursday & Friday 10 am - 3 pm, and both Poe Cottage and the Bronx Historical Society are open Saturday 10 am - 4 pm and Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / history].

*At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood [$28 / $24 includes admission fee - might be free because Open House NY Weekend / history]. There's also usually a Garden Walk given free with admission beginning at 11 am, except on Sundays when it begins at 2 pm.

*Also see venues like the Bronx Museum, Bronx Zoo, NY Botanical Gardens and Van Cortlandt, Mosholu & Pelham Bay Park golf courses that run events or provide access all weekend - see details above.

 

Monday 10/16 - Hostos Art Exhibit

*The Hostos College art gallery at 450 Grand Concourse off 149th Street is hosting an exhibit entitled Boleros which is about the Bronx latin roots [free /art].

Friday - Pregones Theater & Bronx Art Space

*The Pregones Theater at 575 Walton Avenue in Mott Haven is hosting performances of El Apagon / The Blackout beginning at 8 pm Friday, 5 and 8 pm Saturday and 3 pm Sunday. The play is about a Puerto Rican riding the subway on the way to witness the birth of his firstborn, when the great northeastern blackout sweeps the city [$15 / $30 / music].

*At the Bronx Art Space from 6 to 9 pm - Rikers: An American Jail will be presented followed by panel with 13th Doc cast member Corey Greene and HOLLA members, moderated by Five Mualimm-ak at Bronx Art Space at 301 East 140th Street - #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx.

Saturday - Andrew Freedman Home Performance

*Beginning at 6 pm - Maximum Security, a play by Piedad Bonnett, directed by Nelson Celis, translated by Lucia della Paolera at the Andrew Freedman Home at 1125 Grand Concourse, but you may have to enter in the rear of the building on Walton Avenue and McClellan Street in the Concourse neighborhood.

*There's a gathering / closing reception beginning at 6 pm at the Bronx Art Space at 301 East 140th Street - #1 in the Concourse neighborhood of the Bronx.

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Bronx Things To Do This Weekend

Columbus Day Parade in Morris Park, Open Studio Grand Concourse, Women's Film Series Doc Center Melrose, Boogie up the Bronx Bike Ride, Harlem Hellfighters Concert Pregones Mott Haven, Chihuli @Botanical Gardens, Bronx Zoo, Concerts Riverdale

bronx things to do bronx_October 6, 2017 / Things To Do Bronx / Bronx Neighborhoods / Bronx Buzz NYC.

_ Weather. The temperature highs will be near 80 and the lows will be near 70. There's a 60% chance of rain Sunday, rising to 90% Monday. The winds will be around 10 - 15 mph and humidity rise from 60% Friday to 90% Monday. The earlier part of the weekend is going to be better than Sunday afternoon / Monday. Click for Bronx Weather.

 

_ The photo at right shows the Bronx Concrete Plant Park situated along the Bronx River in the Soundview neighborhood of the Bronx earlier this summer. There's a bike ride on Saturday that will follow the Bronx River all the way north to the Kensico Dam in Westchester - see details below.

 

Weekend Things to do in the Bronx - Open Studio, Women's Film Series Shorts, Bronx History, Botanical Gardens & Zoo

_ The photo at right shows the Bronx Museum in the Grand Concourse neighborhood this summer. The Bronx Museum hosts weekend cultural events nearly weekly and they are free - see details below.

_ The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street in the Concourse neighborhood is hosting an art reception / event entitled Open Studio with Zave Martohardjono & Shani Peters from 6 - 10 pm in the South Wing [art / free].bronx things to do bronx

_ The Bronx Documentary Center at 614 Courtlandt Avenue at 151st Street in Melrose is hosting its third annual Women's Film Series which began October 2 and runs through next Sunday 10/15. Friday night there's a series of women's short films being shown beginning at 7 pm. The four films being shown will also be followed by a Q & A with people involved in the production of them [$5 / $10 / film - tickets at bronxdoc.org].

_ 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.

_ The New York Botanical Gardens at 2900 Southern Blvd near the Norwood, Fordham and Belmont neighborhoods is hosting an exhibit entitled Chihuli featuring 20 installations by artist Dale Chihuli. The NY Botanical Gardens has been selling out many of the events like concerts that are done in connection with the exhibit, but it is also 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 / $23 / $20 / $10 / under 2 free].

_ The Bronx Historical Society at 3309 Bainbridge Avenue at 208th Street in the Norwood neighborhood has an exhibit about the impact of WWI on the borough entitled Over There: America & The Great War, which ends October 8th. The Society also runs the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage at 2640 Grand Concourse at East Kingsbridge Road in the Belmont neighborhood is open Thursday & Friday 10 am - 3 pm, and both Poe Cottage and the Bronx Historical Society are open Saturday 10 am - 4 pm and Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / history].

 

Saturday - Boogie up the Bronx Bike Ride, Harlem Hellfighters Concert, Art, Wave Hill, Golf

bronx things to do bronx_ The photo at right shows participants in the Bronx Columbus Day Parade in Morris Park last year while it rained. The parade returns Sunday - see details below.

_ Boogie up the Bronx River Bike Ride with the Bronx River Alliance beginning at 9 am and returning by 6 pm. The ride begins at the Soundview Park Field House at 1550 Lafayette Avenue in the Bronx and goes up to Kensico Dam in Westchester [$5 / sports / for details & rvsp go to Eventbrite].

_ At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood, there are two concerts this weekend, one on Saturday at the Glyndor Gallery beginning at 2 pm entitled Floriosophy & Frequency of Flowers by Tamalyn Miller, which is a performance on a horsehair harpsichord played in rhythm to the vibrations of Wave Hill. On Sunday in the Wave Hill House beginning at 12 noon there's a pre-performance tea followed by a 2 pm concert by Bridget Kibbey & the Sebastians [$28 / $24 includes admission fee / history / music]. There's also usually a Garden Walk given free with admission beginning at 11 am, except on Sundays when it begins at 2 pm.

_ The Pregones Theater at 575 Walton Avenue in Mott Haven is hosting a Harlem Hellfighters Concert beginning at 8 pm. The concert commemorates the 100th anniversary of the 369th regiment and its epic regimental band including 16 Puerto Ricans [$15 / $30 / music].

_ There's golfing at Mosholu, Van Cortlandt and Pelham Bay Parks throughout most of the year [sports / roughly $27 / $46 / per person].

_ There's a Claremont Park bike ride every Saturday from July 8th to October 28th from 10 am to 12 noon - meeting at the Claremont Neighborhood Center at 489 East 169th Street [free / sports / kids].

_ The Bronx Museum at 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th Street in the Concourse neighborhood currently has on exhibit a number of shows including 4th Artists in the Market Biennial exhibition featuring 72 up-and-coming local Bronx artists. There's also a one man exhibit by Ivan Velez entitled Bronx Haiku which depicts life in a comic book / haiku style. Both exhibits end 10/22 [art / free].

 

Sunday - Bronx Columbus Day Parade, Wave Hill Tea & Concert, South African Performance & History at Lehman College

bronx things to do bronx_ The photo at right shows the Lehman College Performing Arts Center in Bedford Park in 2015 during Mayor de Blasio's first State of the City Address. There's a performance there several times monthly while the CUNY college is in session.

_ The 41st Annual Bronx Columbus Day Parade begins at 12 noon at Morris Park Avenue and White Plains Road and marches up to Williamsbridge Road [kids / parades]. There's a concert at 5 pm following the parade at Loreto Park in the Morris Park neighborhood featuring the Just Us band.

_ The Lehman Performing Arts Center at 250 Bedford Park Blvd presents A Grand Spectacle of South African Festival of Dance beginning at 4 pm [$45 / $25 / $10 - call 718.960.8833 / music].

_ At Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood, there are two concerts this weekend, one on Saturday at the Glyndor Gallery beginning at 2 pm entitled Floriosophy & Frequency of Flowers by Tamalyn Miller, which is a performance on a horsehair harpsichord played in rhythm to the vibrations of Wave Hill. On Sunday in the Wave Hill House beginning at 12 noon there's a pre-performance tea followed by a 2 pm concert by Bridget Kibbey & the Sebastians [$28 / $24 includes admission fee / history / music]. There's also usually a Garden Walk given free with admission beginning at 11 am, except on Sundays when it begins at 2 pm.

_ The Bronx Historical Society at 3309 Bainbridge Avenue at 208th Street in the Norwood neighborhood has an exhibit about the impact of WWI on the borough entitled Over There: America & The Great War, which ends this weekend October 8th. The Society also runs the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage at 2640 Grand Concourse at East Kingsbridge Road in the Belmont neighborhood is open Thursday & Friday 10 am - 3 pm, and both Poe Cottage and the Bronx Historical Society are open Saturday 10 am - 4 pm and Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm [$5 / $3 / history].

_ Also see venues like the Bronx Zoo, NY Botanical Gardens and Van Cortlandt, Mosholu & Pelham Bay Park golf courses that run events or provide access all weekend - see details above.

 

Monday - Columbus Day, Hostos Art Exhibit & Falconry Show

_ Happy Columbus Day which is a federal holiday. The post office and many other government offices will be closed.

_ From 12 noon to 4 pm - Arthur Avenue & 186th Street in the Belmont neighborhood - Columbus Day Festivities - Gene DiNapoli will be playing some of the classic hits with tables and chairs set up so you can bring over a canoli, cappuccino or sandwich.

_ The Hostos College art gallery at 450 Grand Concourse off 149th Street is hosting an exhibit entitled Boleros which is about the Bronx latin roots [free /art].

_ At 1 pm there's a Falconry Presentation: Skyhunters in Flight at Wave Hill at 649 West 249th Street in the Hudson Hill section of the Riverdale neighborhood [culture / parks].

 

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