couldn’t stay away since readers count on UPTOWN flavor. Despite a few tweaks we still need to make to our site, we plan to continue to work on the look while bringing you the most up-to-date information about Harlem. We have a lot in store so without further ado we present you with a quick list of events:
Historic Harlem Parks Film Festival. The fifth annual Historic Harlem Parks Film Festival celebrates this history and the roots of African American ancestry with Through African Eyes & Prized Pieces, an outdoor music, dance, and film event in various locations uptown. Opening night is this evening at Saint Nicholas Park at 7 p.m. More information concerning dates, times and locations here [pdf] and here [pdf].
Studio Museum Artists-in-Residence Exhibition. Visit their website for more
The 8th annual Harlem Book Fair Saturday, July 22, on
West 135th Street, between 5th and 7th Avenues, from 11 a.m. to 6:00
p.m. Publishers, writers, literacy vendors will exhibit and author
panel discussions will be televised by C-Span’s Book TV. The Harlem
Book Fair is free and open to the public. Visit the QBR website for
Shakespeare in the Park staged by both the Classical Theatre of Harlem
and Pulse Ensemble Theatre will be take place in Harlem parks this
There will also be free concerts ranging from Jazz to hip hop.
For scheduled artists and times visit the City Parks
Related: Classical Theatre of Harlem :: Pulse Ensemble Theatre :: Village Voice ::
Harlem Repertory Theater currently has the Broadway favorite "Dreamgirls" on stage and later this month will be staging "Dutchman" by Amiri Baraka. Visit their
website for more details.
For more events around Harlem visit Harlem One Stop.
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