Come bargain hunting for antiques, toys, clothes, furniture, household items, and wonderful things that residents in the Mount Morris Historic District Community are selling or giving away. Spread the word in your community.
Where: Mount Morris Park Historic District (116th – 125th Street from Madison to Adam Clayton Powell Blvd.)
Can’t join us in person? Sign up to participate VIRTUALLY!
This event is a joyful reclaiming of space and history. We hope you will join us!
All proceeds from the Juneteenth March go towards the building fund of the Harlem Center. The center is a 10-year effort started by a coalition of New York-centered community-based organizations (CBOs).
Let’s continue to evolve the 21st Century towards #Inclusionism.
The weekend weather looks amazing. Hope you can come out to the neighborhood-wide stoop sale:
Demolished Church Lot and Trash
Before the pandemic, the brownstone Metropolitan Church at the corner of 126 and Madison was demolished and a fenced-off rubble lot was left. A number of neighbors have complained about dumping and trash build-up on East 126th Street.
If you see trash building up, please contact 311 immediately:
for our Spring Cleaning event. Tasks will include spreading mulch, raking, weeding, and painting. These cleanup events are not just an opportunity to tidy up and beautify our park, it’s an opportunity to get to know your neighbors. As usual, we will provide hand, sanitizer, face masks and gloves, and there will be coffee and breakfast treats.
The dog park is maintained solely by volunteers, and is funded by charitable donations. If you are unable to participate in this event, please consider supporting our efforts by making a tax-deductible contribution to the Marcus Garvey Park Alliance. When donating, please make sure to indicate that your donation is to support the Dog Park.