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  • Free Harlem Summer August 2021

    Partake in free films, workshops, open mic nights, art exhibitions and more this August all around Harlem. Listed in date order: Open Mic Mondays Every Monday @ 8pm Harlem Nights Bar Live music is BACK! Bringing back the live band open mic every Monday. Great ambiance and likeminded people. Artists from all walk of life. Crafty cocktails and tasty food. Musicians, poets, comedians and clowns are welcomed. More info Harlem Week August 6 - August 15 All over Harlem HARLEM WEEK is an annual celebration of the best of Harlem which works to promote its rich African-American, African, Caribbean, Hispanic, and European history, as well as arts, culture, religion, business, entertainment, and sports. HARLEM WEEK began in 1974 as HARLEM DAY, a one-day event of encouragement and fellowship in Harlem for New Yorkers and beyond. More info NYC Senior Citizen's Day (Harlem Week) August 6th @ 10am More info The National Jazz Museum in Harlem August 7th - October After almost 15 months of being closed to the public, they are now able to reopen for visitors to explore their exhibition. Please bring your own wired headphones for listening stations. More info Face of Harlem August 7th Morningside, Jackie Robinson, Marcus Garvey, and Rucker Park This public art installation will open on August 7, 2021 and stay up for three months, with events scheduled on the first Saturday of each month. Throughout the duration of the exhibition, we will create opportunities for visitors to respond to the images on view, inviting them to add their own voices to the diverse stories that make up FACES OF HARLEM. More info A Great Day In Harlem (Harlem Week) August 8th @ 1pm Grant National Park More info Dripsets Park Show August 10th @ 7pm (every Tuesday) St Nicholas Park at 135th Do you love comedy? Do you love to laugh Do you love outdoors!!!! Well were here for you!!! Welcome to Dripsets. We're doing live Comedy In the park every Tuesday until Nov 30th. Bring a blanket some snacks an A hunger for laughter! We will bring! At the park right above The C and B train telling jokes. More info Jazz in the Park August 13th @ 4pm Jackie Robinson Park Harlem Late Night Jazz with the music of "Keeping the music alive in Harlem" with live soul, blues and R&B". More info Limón Outdoors August 13th @ 6pm West Harlem Piers Park Join the world-renowned Limón Company Dancers as they teach the energetic and ease-filled Limón Technique, accompanied by live music! All classes are FREE, include live accompaniment and are open to all levels and ages. No experience required. More info Movies Under the Stars: Red Pill August 13th @ 7pm St. Nicholas Park Grab a blanket and come enjoy a movie in a neighborhood park or playground! This summer, NYC Parks will host family-friendly movie showings across the five boroughs. Movies begin at dusk. You should arrive before 8:00 p.m. to get your spot. More info Craig Harris’ Nocturnal Nubian Ball for Conscientious Ballers and Cultural Shot Callers August 13th @ 7pm Marcus Garvey Park The culmination of Harlem Stage’s Afrofuturism series that launched in 2019 as a citywide, multi-venue celebration of Sun Ra’s legacy. We are thrilled to be a part of welcoming New Yorkers back to live, in-person performances with two consecutive outdoor concerts presented in partnership with Bryant Park, NYC Parks, and Jazzmobile. More info A Thrilling Night of Jazz with Network 5 August 14th @ 7pm Patrick's Place NETWORK 5 doing a thrilling night of jazz featuring Annette St. John on Vocals, Matthew Smythe on Piano, Mike Campanni on Drums, Larry Rowland on Bass, Warren Smith curating Vibes. Outside Seating Available. More info Summer in the City (Harlem Week) August 14th @ 1pm 135th Street between St. Nicholas Ave & Adam Clayton Powell More info NYC's Children Festival (Harlem Week) August 14th @ 12pm Howard Bennett Playground More info Harlem Day (Harlem Week) August 15th @ 1pm 135th Street between St. Nicholas Ave & Malcolm X BLVD More info The Joy of Art August 21st @12pm Dream Center Harlem The objective and purpose of the event is to re-find, re-establish, and reimagine Joy in our lives. It is a creative celebration of humanity through the arts. We will set our purpose and intentions through art, mindful meditation, music, and reconnection with our community. More info Jazz in the Park August 27th @ 5pm Jackie Robinson Park Harlem Late Night Jazz with the music of "Keeping the music alive in Harlem" with live soul, blues and R&B". More info Charlie Parker Jazz Festival August 29th @ 6pm Marcus Garvey Park NYC’s annual salute to legendary Harlem saxophonist Charlie “Bird” Parker with multiple generations of musicians. The lineup includes artists from both around the way and around the world, reflecting the global impact that Parker continues to have on music and the musicians that make it. More info

  • Free Harlem Summer Juneteenth 2021

    FILM Summer of Soul Saturday, June 19th, 5:00 PM Marcus Garvey Park Celebrate Juneteenth in Harlem with a free, outdoor screening of Summer of Soul presented by Target in association with Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage, NYC Parks’ Historic Harlem Parks, and JazzMobile. More info FESTIVALS Harlem Juneteenth Family Block Party Saturday, June 19th, 11:00 AM 92 St. Nicholas Ave It’s a family event and our cornerstone will be the book giveaway for students (K-12) along with other fun activities and entertainment planned: spoken word, readings, live vocal music, hula hooping, yoga, a magic show, art projects, and more. More info Grandmas Place Juneteenth Block Party Saturday, June 19th, 12 PM – 5 PM June nineteenth is a very special day in African American history. It is the day that the last slaves were informed that they were finally free! In honor of this special day, Grandma’s Place is hosting a block party! There will be live music, food, and classic games! More Info ArtCrawl Harlem June 12th, 1:00 PM ArtCrawl Harlem Artist in Residence House on Governors Island Join ArtCrawl Harlem on Saturday, June 12th at 1:00 PM as we celebrate Portrait Artist Artist Michael Obele and his work while in residence at the ArtCrawl Harlem Boundaries & Connections Artist Residency on Governors Island, NTC. More info KidsFest Day 1 June 19th, 2:00 PM Morningside Ave b/t 115th & 116th Sts NYC Kidsfest is entering its 16th year and we’re super thrilled to bringing you an incredible live and socially distanced festival!!! Join us as we pack the weekend of June 19th and 20th with loads of performing artists, storytelling workshops, raffles, kung fu, music, and dance. More info KidsFest Day 2 June 20th, 2:00 PM Jackie Robinson Park Bandshell NYC Kidsfest is entering its 16th year and we’re super thrilled to bringing you an incredible live and socially distanced festival!!! Join us as we pack the weekend of June 19th and 20th with loads of performing artists, storytelling workshops, raffles, kung fu, music, and dance. More info The Uptown Night Market Every Second Thursday (July 8th, August 12th & September 9th) 4:00-10:00 PM 12th Avenue & West 138th Street The Uptown Night Market is the place to be in West Harlem every second Thursday of the month starting from July until November 2021. Each evening will feature a curated selection of NYC and locally-based food & beverage concepts, arts & crafts, packaged goods, and performers. More info 116th Street Festival Saturday, July 10th, 11:00 AM 116th Street Festival STREAMING FEST Festival celebrates its 36th Anniversary. With the current Covid-19 Pandemic, the event is presented as a STREAMING FEST reaching millions of viewers from New York, as well as throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and the world. More info MUSIC Revival 5: Hybrid! at Grant’s Tomb Saturday, June 19th, 4:00 PM General Grant National Memorial For REVIVAL 5: Hybrid!, we will celebrate “Innovation and New Connections”: How we took care of our bodies and spirits!  Learn, watch, and participate with our multi-generational company, legendary guest artists, and older adults sharing stories of new ways of connecting learned from this pandemic. More info PITY THESE ASHES: TULSA 1921 – 2021 Saturday, June 19th, 7:00 PM HarlemStage On Juneteenth, The Harlem Players in partnership with Harlem Stage, The Greene Space at WQXR/WNYC, and the Harlem School of the Arts will present Pity These Ashes: Tusla 1921 -2021, a free digital concert commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Massacre. The event will feature the world premiere of Adolphus Hailstork’s Tulsa 1921 (Pity These Ashes, Pity This Dust), as well as compositions by Jessie Montgomery, Alice Coltrane, and Trevor Weston with soloists mezzo-soprano J’Nai Bridges and violinist Jessica (Lady Jess) McJunkins, WQXR host and author Terrance McKnight, and conductor Amadi Azikiwe leading the Harlem Chamber Players. More info Live with Carnegie Hall: Juneteenth Celebration Saturday, June 19th, 7:30 PM Online Rev. Dr. James A. Forbes Jr. leads this celebration—along with special guest Wayne Brady—to recognize the importance of this historic day and to acknowledge the long road still ahead. In addition to music, dance, and commentary, the evening also recognizes contributions made by prominent African Americans today: Bryan Stevenson, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, and Robert F. Smith, businessman and chairman of Carnegie Hall’s Board of Trustees. More info Charlie Parker with Strings  Saturday, August 28th, 6:00 PM Marcus Garvey Park Though his legacy would come to be defined by his indelible contributions to bebop, the Charlie Parker with Strings albums were Charlie Parker’s best-selling recordings during his lifetime, featuring the legendary saxophonist’s takes on standards like Gershwin’s “Summertime” and Klenner & Lewis’ “Just Friends.” More info ART & CULTURE Her, Unfolding June 13th, 3:00 PM Kente Royal Gallery, 2373 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. ‘Her, Unfolding’ displays the story of a Brown Skin Girl who is grappling with her interior and exterior worlds. The sequence of paintings tells the story of her everyday endurance and vulnerability. Paintings exhibit every nook and corner of her life as she continues to discover herself. The style and details give deeper insight into what it means to be a black/brown woman in the world today. More info The Protest and the Recuperation June 12 – August 14, 2021 Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery The Protest and The Recuperation is a survey of artistic perspectives on, and responses to, the global phenomenon of mass protest and of recuperative strategies of resistance. The exhibition’s ten artists present nuanced perspectives on the value of protests as aggregate expressions of thousands, even millions, of individual participants through their myriad works focused on protest participation, observation, interpretation, representation, and appropriation. More info Brown Skin Girls June 13th, 3:00 PM Kente Royal Gallery, 2373 Adam Clayton Powell Jr, Blvd Harlem-based independent creative house Vinyl Crown, founded by Khalil “Saint Cassius” Walton, presents Brown Skin Girls: A Discussion with Dynamic Women of Color. The program accompanies their flagship exhibit Vinyl Crown Presents: Her Unfolding, an Immersive Exhibit by Lauren Kelisha Muller. Both programs are an extension of Saint Cassius’ single “Brown Skin Girls.” More info

  • Shop & Sip 2021 – Juneteenth Edition

    Shop & Sip Harlem: Juneteenth Edition 2021 is coming soon! Shop your favorite Black-owned businesses in Harlem, then sip a complimentary* Maker’s Mark cocktail to celebrate. SHOP: Home to Harlem Pop Up | 246 Lenox Ave, hometoharlem.nyc Make My Cake | 409 W 125th St (Grand Opening June 19th), makemycake.com NiLu | 191 Lenox Ave, shopnilu.com Sudsy Water | 2394 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, sudsywater.com The Brownstone | 24 E 125th St, thebrownstonewoman.com Wines by Mozel |  winesbymozel.com SIP: 67 Orange St | 2082 Frederick Douglass Blvd, 67orangestreet.com Chocolat | 2223 Frederick Douglass Blvd, chocolatharlem.com Cove Lounge | 325 Lenox Ave, covelounge.com Harlem Hookah | 381 Lenox Ave, harlemhookah.com Melba’s | 300 W 114th St, www.melbasrestaurant.com Ponty Bistro | 2375 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd, pontybistroharlem.com Renaissance Harlem | 2245 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd, renaissance-harlem.com Settepani | 196 Lenox Ave, settepani.com *To receive a Maker’s Mark® complimentary cocktail must make a purchase from a participating shop to receive a drink ticket that may be redeemed at a participating restaurant.  Applies to purchases made 06/18/21 – 06/20/21.  Promotion ends 06/20/21.  Must be 21 years or older to participate.  Food purchase must accompany complimentary Maker’s Mark® cocktail.  While supplies last.  Drink responsibly. Let’s keep Harlem alive and thriving #shopandsipharlem

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    Around the Neighborhood 6/19 Shop & Sip Juneteenth Edition Shop your favorite Black-owned businesses in Harlem, then sip a complimentary* Maker’s Mark cocktail to celebrate. 22+ Free Events this summer in Harlem The rent is too damn high and so is everything else. #FreeHarlem is back with all of Harlem's summer events at your fav price. 130+ Black-Owned Businesses Supporting Harlem and supporting Black business is not a trend and will never go out of style. Latest News Free Harlem Summer Juneteenth 2021 FILM Summer of Soul Saturday, June 19th, 5:00 PM Marcus Garvey Park Celebrate Juneteenth in Harlem with a free, outdoor screening... SHOP & SIP 2021 – Juneteenth Edition Shop & Sip Harlem: Juneteenth Edition 2021 is coming soon! Shop your favorite Black-owned businesses in Harlem, then sip a complimentary*... Guide to Black Harlem 2021 The Guide to Black Harlem is BACK for Summer 2021! Supporting Harlem and supporting Black business is not a trend and will never go out... Honor Black History Month 2021 Honor Black History Month the Harlem Way Mother Tongue: The Philosophy of Malcolm X Each year, the Schomburg Centers celebrates the life... SHOP HARLEM VIRTUAL HOLIDAY FAIR 2020 We know you love all things Harlem, that’s how we know you’ll love the Shop Harlem Virtual Fair. This will be an interactive social... SHOP & SIP 2020 Treat a friend, then treat yourself at Shop & Sip Harlem. Shop your favorite Black-owned businesses in Harlem, then sip a complimentary*... See More What's Happening in Harlem?

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    Cookie Policy ​ Experience Harlem Inc. (referred to as "Experience Harlem Inc.") uses cookies on its website www.experienceharlem.com (“Website”). Below, you can find out more about cookies and how to control them. ​ By using the Website you are deemed to accept the use of cookies in accordance with this Cookie Policy. If you do not accept the use of cookies please disable them following the instructions in this Cookie Policy, by using the Cookie Consent Tool or by changing your browser settings so that cookies from this Website cannot be placed on your computer or mobile device. This Cookie Policy should also be read in conjunction with our Online Privacy Notice and our Website Terms of Use. ​ What is a cookie? Cookies are a small amount of data generated by a website and downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Such cookies are sent back to the originating website on each subsequent visit, or to any other visited website that recognizes that cookie. 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    Privacy Policy Last updated on July 14, 2021. Please also see our Terms of Service . Experience Harlem Inc. (EH) takes your privacy seriously; we want you to understand how we do and don’t use information about you. We’ve set this Privacy Policy up, along with our Terms of Service , to communicate about data collection and usage with users of EH’s digital platforms — which include, e.g., this website and any other EH websites that link to this Privacy Policy, our apps, and any embeddable content that we may make available for display on outside websites or digital platforms (collectively, the “EH Platform”). Please note that the EH Platform often includes links to third party sites or services, such as social media platforms, and sites or services owned or controlled by Experience Harlem Inc. and other partners. This Privacy Policy does not cover any third party sites or services, or your use of them; we suggest that you review those sites’ policies to learn more about their privacy practices. ​ How We Collect and Use Information We Collect Some Information Directly On certain occasions when you interact with the EH Platform – e.g., by joining as a member, signing up for a newsletter, or entering a contest – you may submit information of your own accord, or be asked to do so to participate in certain activities. Some examples of information that you submit and we collect may include: Name and login information Email address Mailing address Your phone number Responses to surveys or contests Photos or videos Comments on articles Information about pledges/donations ​ ​ In this Privacy Policy, we will refer to this type of personally identifiable information as “Personal Information.” ​ EH and the EH Platform are based in the United States. If you voluntarily submit Personal Information to us while located or residing in a country outside the United States, you understand that you are voluntarily agreeing to the use and processing of such information as provided in this Privacy Policy, including transfer of your information to the United States, a jurisdiction which may not offer the same framework for the protection of personal information as the jurisdiction in which you are located. ​ We Collect Some Information Automatically EH uses cookies and other tagging or tracking technologies that interact with your browser to increase our digital functionality and offer responsive elements based on your and other users’ actions (e.g., to store your preferences or password and understand your platform use patterns). ​ When you use the EH Platform, we may automatically recognize information like your IP address, what type of device you’re using, high-level location information (e.g., city or state), and your user behavior (such as how long you stay on the website and which links you click on). Some of the third party vendors that we use to provide services for the EH Platform (e.g. analytics) may also use their own tracking technologies on our digital properties to help us run and optimize our platforms. These third parties may collect information about your online activities over time and across the EH Platform and other online properties. ​ How We Process, Store and Use Personal Information We only collect Personal Information as discussed above – and use the Personal Information we receive within or through the EH Platform and family of services for purposes disclosed in this Privacy Policy or in connection with your submission of information. In general, our main purpose in collection, use, and storage of information is to further our mission by making the EH Platform work better for you and by staying in touch with you about EH events or offerings that may interest you. So, for example, we may email to invite you to join a new newsletter list, tell you about Greene Space events, or ask you to renew your membership when it expires. Our usage of your Personal Information is necessary for our legitimate interest in and purpose of staying in touch with you and administering and promoting the EH Platform. If you do not wish to be contacted, please indicate your preference when you submit your contact information – by opting out on the pledge form or using the opt-out links provided at the bottom of our emails and newsletters. We will do our best to make your requested change in a timely manner. ​ Please do note that if you share Personal Information through certain EH Platform publishing features, it may become public (e.g. if you include your email address in a comment or your name in a content submission, that information may be seen by other users or used for attribution). Aggregated and De-Identified Information We may use information that has been aggregated and anonymized or de-identified to assess and improve the EH Platform, including to enhance your user experience, to select third-party vendors who best meet our needs, and to help foundation and corporate funders better understand our audience. We may sometimes produce data and analysis results with this aggregated or anonymized information that help us understand our users and their interactions with the EH Platform. To accomplish this we may share aggregated or anonymized information with third parties – and may also share the resulting data and analysis (which will not include any Personal Information). Opting Out of Tracking If you wish to disable cookies and other use-tracking technologies, your browser settings may enable you to do so. Please be aware, though, that disabling cookies may change or reduce the functionality of the EH Platform in certain contexts (e.g., we will not be able to store your listening preferences). Users who wish to opt out of Google Analytics data collection may use Google’s own browser add-on to do so. We may sometimes work with third parties, including sponsors, who serve ads on the EH Platform that are based on their assessment of your personal interests and browsing history (on the EH Platform and elsewhere). The tracking technologies used by such third parties are subject to their own privacy policies, and we are not involved in or responsible for their activities or use of any data they collect. If you do not want to see personalized advertising, you may seek to opt out by visiting http://www.aboutads.info . Information Security and Storage EH uses industry standard physical, digital, and training-based security measures to protect user information against theft and misuse. All EH Platform websites are protected by Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) security features. EH Platform’s collection and handling of payment information is PCI-compliant. ​ We May Share Information in Limited Circumstances With Vendors As noted above, we may engage outside companies to help us develop, operate, and improve the EH Platform. Our third party vendors receive Personal Information only as reasonably necessary to complete services for EH, and are contractually bound to maintain confidentiality of information and prohibited from using or disclosing Personal Information without permission from EH. In certain instances, we may agree to allow a vendor to use aggregated data about activity on the EH Platform for general improvement or benchmarking purposes – but only where this data is anonymized or de-identified, so none of our users can be identified from it as individuals. ​ For Mailing Lists We may occasionally share users’ names and postal addresses (but not email addresses) with carefully selected nonprofit organizations. If you do not want your address exchanged in this way, please contact Experience Harlem Inc. to ask that your name and address be removed from any shared mailing lists. ​ It is EH policy not to sell or exchange email addresses or phone numbers with any other company or organization. If we ever do want to share this information with someone else (e.g., if we collect your email while ticketing an event and want to share with our co-presenter), we will ask for your permission. ​ As Required By Law If we determine on a good faith basis that we are required by law (e.g., pursuant to a subpoena or judicial order) to share your personal or other information, we will endeavor to share it only to the extent we determine is reasonably necessary to comply with the request. ​ Other Sites and Services As we mentioned previously, our digital platforms contain links to third party sites and services that do not follow the same privacy practices as EH. In some cases, the EH sites may also include embedded tools or widgets that are provided and controlled by third parties, or that permit you to submit information to third parties (e.g., the Facebook “like” button). These services and tools – and any third party sites that you reach from links on EH platforms – are governed by the terms and policies of those third parties. Please review these sites’ and services’ privacy policies for more information. Contests and User Engagement From time to time, we may offer various opportunities for you to interact with EH – in particular, by entering contests through the EH Platform or by sending us your writings/audio/photos/videos in response to specific crowdsourcing requests. Please note that these opportunities may have their own rules; these rules, which govern your participation in these contests or activities, may give EH additional rights to use entries or submissions. If there is any conflict or inconsistency between such rules and this Policy, the rules will govern and take precedence. Children Under 13 Years of Age EH does not knowingly solicit or collect information from children ages 12 and under without obtaining explicit parental consent. If you become aware that your child (who is under 13) has provided us with information without your consent, please contact us; upon request, we will work to delete your child’s Personal Information from our files within a reasonable time. Access to Your Information Because we value the longevity of our relationships with our supporters, we do generally retain user information in our database. If you would like to access, transfer, review, or correction of or to your Personal Information, or to request that it be deleted or restricted in use, please contact us — depending on your location or country of residence, you may have a legal right to make these requests and to contact supervisory authorities if you are not satisfied with our response. Changes to Privacy Policy EH may change and update this Policy from time to time. We will post Policy updates to this page, and may send notify members of our mailing lists of changes by email as well; will email users who have registered login information at the email address associated with their account. We will not post updates or send email notification regarding changes to the third party services list , which may be updated from time to time. Any changes will only take effect prospectively from the date of the change; continued use of the EH Platform constitutes consent to any new Policy. Contact Information You may find our contact information at: https://www.experienceharlem.com/contact . If you have any questions or requests related to your Personal Information or this Privacy Policy,

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