Marcus Garvey Park Tree Lighting

December 8th, at 6:00 PM.

124th Street and 5th Avenue.

Join the Marcus Garvey Park Alliance in the lighting of the holiday tree.

Under the Stoops

Along 5th Avenue, between 129/128th Streets, there are 3 brownstones in a row that still have grills that allow light into the under-the-stoop space.

As a result, you can see 3 houses through and during the day, illumination is unnecessary.

Delilah of Harlem

The earliest novel that takes place in Harlem (that I know of) is from 1893, and was written by Richard Henry Savage.

It’s fairly forgettable Victorian melodrama, but offers a glimpse into posh society in and around Mount Morris Park, in the new and stately brownstones that were purchased by New York City’s upper class.

Ebay has a copy on sale – reading only.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/203551428020?ViewItem=&item=203551428020

CB11 – Your Chance To Speak!

If you’d like to tell your elected officials what you think of the state of East Harlem, here’s your chance.

On Tuesday, CB11 will be hosting a full board meeting. You must register for the Zoom event, and register to speak if you wish:

Full BoardTuesday • September 28th • 6:30pm
In order to attend this meeting, please register in advance for this webinar. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
If you wish to speak during the public session at our September Full Board Meeting, please indicate your interest in speaking and fill out the form here.
View the agenda on our meeting calendar here.