This weekend marks the fifth year anniversary of the Harlem Arts Festival, which will return to Marcus Garvey Park Saturday June 25th and Sunday June 26th with a schedule filled with 43 talented musicians, dancers, singers, theatrical and visual artists as well as vendor space for more than 30 retailers and local small businesses. The
This summer, The Classical Theatre of Harlem presents Shakespeare’s classic Macbeth in association with SummerStage from July 8-31, 2016 at the Richard Rodgers Amphitheater at Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem. Put this FREE, non-ticketed event on your schedule! Performances are Tuesdays through Sundays, 8:00pm, (Fridays at 8:30pm) No tickets required, just arrive at the Amphitheater
The Harlem Arts Festival is back for 2015 taking overMarcus Garvey Park this Friday, June 26th through Sunday, June 28th with a wide range of arts on the schedule. Things kick-off with an opening night party at Ginny’s Supper Club featuring performances by Lauren Desberg, Samora Pinderhughes, and Stephen Woods aka AKIR.
This is a FREE event. See the full schedule!
The longest day of light in the year “summer solstice” is Thursday, June 21, 2015. This is also Father’s Day. Plan ahead and make special plans to celebrate summer solstice outdoors for Father’s Day and enjoy an extra long day of sunlight.
Summer solstice: from Latin sol “sun” and stitium “standing still”, because seen from the earth it looks like the sun halts in its tracks going northward, and moves back south.
The June solstice dates vary. For example, it’s on June 21 in 2015, but on June 20 in 2016. A June 22 solstice will not occur until 2203. The last time there was a June 22 solstice was in 1971.
*Keep an eye out for a new Podcast “Summer Solstice Compilation Mix” coming soon from HarlemHCL. Embellish your day and celebrate with a custom soundtrack of chillout, soul, house and latin music.
‘Solstice’ (Latin: ‘solstitium’) means ‘sun-stopping’, because the point where the sun appears to rise and set, stops and reverses direction after this day (Ill: Not to scale)