District 7 Summer Fair

On August 7th, I'll be holding the First District 7 Summer Fair. It's a great opportunity to visit my district office on 141st and Amsterdam, learn how you can use my office's services, and meet with a diverse collection of city agencies and fantastic community organizations who will have tables set up out on the street. We will also have music, food for kids, activities and other fun planned as part of the evening.  We're expecting to be joined by:

DOE School Foods, NYC Human Resources Administration, 30th Precinct,
West Harlem Arts Fund, PALANTE Harlem, Dances for Variable Populations,
Columbia Medical, New York African Chorus Ensemble, 125th Street BID,
Columbus Amsterdam BID, Goddard Riverside, Bodega Stores Association,
Department of Finance, Project Art, Morningside Heights/West Sanitation Coalition,
New York Life, Brotherhood/Sister Sol,
NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development,
Alms Chic, New York Legal Assistance Group 
(list in formation)

If you want to learn more about health, culture, immigration, employment, housing and other resources available in your neighborhood, you won’t want to miss out on this. I hope to meet you in person on Thursday night!

Special thanks to:

Department of Education School Foods: http://www.schoolfoodnyc.org/

Legal Aid Society: http://www.legal-aid.org/

125th Street BID: http://www.125thstreetbid.com

Department of Parks and Recreation: http://www.nycgovparks.org/

The Brotherhood- SisterSol: http://brotherhood-sistersol.org/

West Harlem Art Fund: www.westharlemartfund.wordpress.com

The Bodega Association of the USA  http://asobeu.org/

www.clowns.com #1 in kids entertainment

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WHEN
August 07, 2014 at 5pm - 8pm
WHERE
141st Street between Amsterdam and Hamilton Place
500 W 141st St
New York, NY 10031
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Sabine Franklin · · 212-928-6814
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