3rd Annual Back to School Block Party

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Mark your calendars and spread the word—our Back to School Block Party is back! 

This year we have some amazing activities and giveaways lined up for attendees. We are happy to announce that there will be a fire truck, bounce house, balloon twister, face painting, and take-home arts-making activities for the youth, to name a few.

3rd Annual Back to School Block Party

Thursday, August 25th 2016


141st Street (between Hamilton Place & Amsterdam Avenue)


August 25, 2016 at 5pm - 8pm
Kyshia Smith · · 212-928-6814
Jimmlie Brown Angela Long Kandese Kinsey Gina Humber Tameron Cameron Martiza Rojas Rojas Rebecca Lewis jane woodbridge Laura Hernandez Tiniquia Louden Sharlotte Williams Ryan Ngala Elder Antionettea Etienne Joyce Adewumi Andrea Brown Shirley Williams Liliana Rosario Arlaene Henry Carlina Caballero - Broughton Carolyn Reider Michael Arroyo Maria Zuñiga Adriana Zingone Nelda Gil-Medina Amaris Dottin Natisha Ousley Karla Kozak

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