Colored Girls Hustle Marketplace

The Colored Girls Hustle Marketplace is a curated pop-up shopping experience featuring women of color artists and makers. The marketplace is slated to run monthly throughout the summer and the second installment of the summer series will be Sunday July 15th 2018. A dozen women of color vendors will be selling handmade cards, crystals, candles, jewelry, clothing, accessories, head wraps, skin care products, hair care products, herb infused beverages, and more. This event is free and open to the public. Featured vendors selected to participate in the July 15th CGH Marketplace include:
Cards by De, ZingaZow, Forever Wild Organics, Obeah Woman Brewing Company, Just KEEBS , The Homegirl Box, Hoodoo Hussy, Between Earth and Sky,, IceStorm_Beauties, Colored Girls Hustle, and more.

Yiddish for Dogs

On Sunday, July 1 from 10:00 to 11:30 AM, the Workmen’s Circle will hold Yiddish for Dogs in Central Park, pairing Adrian Silver, an Advanced Yiddish class student, with Miguel Rodriguez, a certified master dog trainer and the founder and owner of City Dog Pack, a pet service which provides dog training, dog walking and pet sitting. Attendees will learn: how to teach their best friends to be well-trained New York canines, and respond to commands (such as “sit” and “stay”). All attendees will receive special “doggy bags” containing gift items, including bandanas emblazoned with Yiddish words.

Two Women, One Passion

In partnership with Festival de las Flores, two outstanding performers of the symphonic music of the Antioquia Region in Colombia, pianist Teresita Gómez and soprano Delcy Yanet Estrada, present a special repertoire, for the intercultural community of New York as part of the Flower Festival. DATE: SAT | JUNE 30 | 8 PM | CONCERT

Reinaldo Spitaletta, journalist, writer and professor presents his latest book “The Ballad of an Old Teenager” that portrays the reality and fiction of the culture and society of the late twentieth century in Medellín.​

Tickets: $16/$10 Members & Students​ (Teens 13-19 free with ID)

2018 Uptown Arts Stroll Closing

Food, music and fun as the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA) wraps up the 16th annual Uptown Arts Stroll, a month of ART UPTOWN! Performances by Hazzanista (Eliana Kissner) and Matt Davis Trio.

Inti Raymi: Festival of the Sun

Inti Raymi is one of the most important traditional celebrations in the Andean countries of Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia. Presented in collaboration with the organization Kichwa Nation, the Museum celebrates the Festival of the Sun with an afternoon of music and dance. This program is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Third Thursday: Inka Chakana

Celebrate the Summer Solstice with members of the Kichwa Nation community as they create an Inka Chakana, a symbol carrying great significance to the Quechua people. Learn how the Inka Chakana is made, as well as its meaning, and listen to a live presentation of Andean music. This program is made possible by the generous support of the National Council of the National Museum of the American Indian, and is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

An Expert’s Guide To Japanese Streetwear by The RealReal

For many followers of fashion, Japanese style is awe-inspiring. This is no different for streetwear aficionados, who look toward Tokyo for iconic brands from BAPE to Undercover. Join our resident streetwear expert, Authentication & Brand Compliance Manager Nhu Duong, for an in-depth look at the most important brands in Japan’s thriving scene.

Taste of Jewish Culture Street Festival

The Workmen’s Circle fourth annual “Taste of Jewish Culture” Street Festival, illustrating that “Diversity is Delicious,” returns this Father’s Day, featuring dozens of food purveyors putting their original ethnic spins on traditional Jewish foods, on Sunday, June 17 from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Sixth Avenue between 48th and 49th Streets (rain or shine). The festival will include music, dance, and family-friendly activities, including arts-and-crafts. Participants to date include: Bonsai Kakigori; Rebecca’s Cake Pops; Danny Macaroons; La Newyorkina; Krafted by Karli; What’s the Dillaz; Harlem Seafood Soul; Ben’s Kosher Deli; Zabari Catering; P.O.P. Cake Shop; Sylvia Fallas “Cooking for my People”; Paprika Kosher; Breads Bakery; Raw BK Organic Kitchen; Zola Bakes; Mysttik Masaala; Wandering Que; Gluten Free.Sy, and StuFFfed. Among the global mashups of the day will be: Bonsai Kakigori’s Land of Milk and Honey kakigori; La Newyorkina’s babka ice cream sandwiches; What’s the Dillaz’s brisket quesadillas; and Krafted by Karli’s sweet potato and beet latke. And adding some pizazz, the Workmen’s Circle will be spritzing up egg creams all day – in fact, all dads can stop by to get a free egg cream.