Coffee with Levine (Carrot Top Pastries)

Please come out and meet your City Council Member Mark D. Levine in the first of our “Coffee with Levine” series, a monthly meeting between community residents and the Council Member. Our first event will take place in Washington Heights at Carrot Top Pastries on January 29th at 9:30 a.m. Please bring your neighbors and spend some quality time to chat with your Councilman face to face over some delicious coffee and other goodies in the morning. We hope to see you there.

January 29, 2017 at 9:30am - 11:30am
Carrot Top Pastries
3931 Broadway
New York, NY 10032
United States
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Manuel Belliard · · 212-928-6814
Dennis Barbarito Alec Hall Mia Lee Gordon Ostrowski Egeria Bennett Susan Eddington Hamilton Playground Kristin Norderval Jennifer Johnson Ricardo Buchanan Miguel Regaldo Kelly Wilson Michelle Scarlett Sloan Eddleston David Vassar Valerie Bove Daniel Marks Cohen Nekpen 🌊 Lloyd Jones craig himmons Andrew Lassiter Andres Orejuela Bertha Brandon

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