On my way home from work last night I noticed a commotion on 113th between Frederick Douglass Boulevard (FDB) and Morningside, which is right off Harlem’s Gold Coast / Harlem’s restaurant row.
As I walked towards the source of the commotion I overheard someone say “oh no, not again, what happened?”
But as I got closer it became clear that this was not a real crime scene but a function one – confirmed by an actor posing as policeman – shot on one of my favorite side streets in NYC.
Loving Harlem ™
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By FRIENDS OF ST. NICHOLAS PARK HOLIDAY AND TREE LIGHTING FESTIVAL
Starring Tamara Tunie of TV’s Law and Order!
On Saturday, December 6th from 3:00-6pm, the
Friends of St. Nicholas Park will be hosting our Annual Holiday Festival at the 135th street plaza located in the park at 135th street and St. Nicholas Avenue.
This year our event includes a visit from Santa Claus, and arts and crafts for the kids! Our tree lighting stars TV’s Law & Order star Tamara Tunie who will be reading the holiday classic “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” Other performers will include performers from the Harlem School of the Arts.
Hot chocolate and Hot Apple Cider will be served.
We still need volunteers to help! If interested please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
DONATE AND GET A PERSONALIZED ORNAMENT ON THE TREE!This holiday season, for as little as a $10 donation to us, the
Friends of St. Nicholas Park will write a message from you or your
family on a personalized ornament and hang it on our tree.
Click below to download the PDF. Fill it in with all the information
and send in to the Friends of St. Nicholas Park and we’ll get your
ornament up on our tree. The tree will be up until just after the New
Year, so New Year’s wishes are welcomed as well.
Thanks you and see you on December 6th!
Friends of St. Nicholas Park