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Brew at the Zoo -October 29th, 2016

The zoo is opening up like never before for the first-ever Bronx Zoo Brew at the Zoo.

On Saturday October 29, they’ll have over 40 beer vendors and 100 varieties of beers to sample, numerous food trucks, live music, and an abundance of DJ’s for a unique, 21-and-over evening.

Arthur Avenue is only a few blocks from the zoo. Consider stopping by Arthur Avenue before heading over to the Bronx Zoo. 

brew-at-the-zoo

Ferragosto 2016

Italian Festival in Bronx, New York

September 11th, 2016 – Noon to 6pm

Going back centuries, the Ferragosto tradition recognizes the end of the harvest season and to enjoy the fruits of those labors. It is a way for families to engage in part of the Italian culture and coming together in a solid bond of family and friendship.

Over 15 years ago, merchants of the Arthur Avenue/Belmont section decided to bring the Italian tradition to the Bronx and engage visitors from the Tri-State area and beyond in Italian culture, traditions, music and of course, the greatest food. The Ferragosto event continues to grow each year with an average of 20-25,000 guests who travel from near and far to make it part of their family tradition.

Ferragosto-2016

 

 

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Directions to Arthur Avenue

http://www.arthuravenuebronx.com/directions/

Parking

Additional Parking is available at Fordham University 685 E Fordham Road, with a free shuttle to and from Arthur Avenue.

Ferragosto 2016 Events of the Day:

12:00 – 12:30 Opening remarks by Philip Marino, Executive Director of the Belmont Business Improvement District

Italian National Anthem Performed by Vincent Ricciardi

American National Anthem Performed by Nick Vero

12:30 – 1:15 The 70’s Project
1:30 – 2:15 Sal Valentinetti
2:30 – 3:15 Two Gents & the Lady
3:30 – 4:00 Uncle Floyd
4:15 – 5:00 The 70’s Project
5:15 – 6:00 Two Gents & the Lady

Arthur Avenue is a section of New York City’s northernmost borough, The Bronx. This traditional neighborhood is also known as the Bronx’s “Little Italy”.