CB11 Community Events Calendar



Walkthrough of Above and Below: Designing the Second Avenue Subway. Join CIC Director John Reinhardt for a walkthrough of the center's newest exhibit, Above and Below: Designing the Second Avenue Subway. The exhibit is organized into four sections: Architecture, Engineering, Art, and Streetscape. Visitors can see renderings of what completed entrances and stations will look like; learn about Ancillary Structures and their role in station operations and the new air tempering system; see images of station artwork commissioned by MTA Arts & Design; and learn about the reconstruction and improvement of Second Avenue at the street level. Tuesday, March 24, 2015 from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at the MTA Second Avenue Subway Community Information Center, 1628 Second Avenue (Between 84th Street and 85th Street). RSVP: http://marchtransittalk.eventbrite.com



Get Connected to a Local Job!! Join the East Harlem Talent Network and the East Harlem Community Alliance for #HireLocal, a community recruitment event for employment and job training. EHTN will be screening job ready candidates to available employment opportunities. We work with EVERYONE!! GED to PHD, Criminal Justice record or clean record. 16 and Older, WE CAN HELP YOU!!!! In addition, we will have OVER 20 FREE JOB TRAINING PROGRAMS on site ready to sign you up!!! Saturday March 28, 2015 11am-4pm at the Silberman School of Social Work, 2180 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10035 (E.119th St. and 3rd Ave.) PLEASE BRING A STATE ISSUED I.D. and a resume (if you have one). 







Want to coach a youth baseball or softball team? Harlem RBI, a sports based after-school program, is seeking volunteer coaches to work directly with teams of middle or high school youth in East Harlem or the South Bronx. Coaches work directly with youth to improve technical abilities as well as develop personal and life skills through the sport.  Go to www.harlemrbi.org  or call 212-722-1608 x 278 to learn more!



The office of Councilmember Ben Kallos offers a FREE legal housing clinic on the first and third Monday of each month from 3:00-6:00 p.m. at his district office which is located at 244 East 93rd Street. If you have any legal questions regarding housing, you are invited to join them and reserve a time to speak with a volunteer attorney. These housing clinics were organized with assistance from Eviction Intervention Services (EIS). To RSVP or ask any questions, please call 212-860-1950 or email RSVP@BenKallos.com.



Volunteers of Legal Service Elderly Project offer FREE Legal Help for Senior Citizens at the Leonard Covello Senior Program, 312 East 109th Street, on the 1st Friday of every month at 10:00 a.m. To sign up for an appointment please call Denise at 212-423-9665, ext. 418.



The Urban Justice Center's Safety Net Project will hold Free NYCHA Legal Clinics on the 2nd Tuesday of each month offering advice on succession rights, grievance proceedings, obtaining repairs, annual recertification, and the rights of NYCHA residents. These monthly clinics will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the district office of City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, which is located at 105 East 116th Street. 



The Urban Justice Center Homelessness Outreach & Prevention Project holds FREE legal clinics offering help with public assistance problems, food stamps problems, emergency rent arrears, and fair hearings & appeals. The clinics are held in East Harlem on Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Yorkville Common Pantry, 8 East 109th Street (btwn 5th & Madison Ave.). Clinics are first come/first served, and sign-in sheets fill up quickly, so attends are asked to arrive early. For more information please call 646-602-5600. 



The Harlem YMCA Literacy Zone is looking to serve more community members in Harlem with ESOL, Literacy, and Computer classes.  Their P.S. 30 site at: 144-176 128th Street currently offers evening computer and ESOL classes. For more information on courses offered by the Harlem YMCA please visit www.ymcanyc.org



El Museo del Barrio welcomes all visitors to enjoy their wide-ranging collections and exhibitions; film, literary, visual and performing arts series; cultural celebrations and educational programs. El Museo is located at 1230 Fifth Avenue at 104th Street. Please visit www.elmuseo.org to view a calendar of the events, exhibitions and programs offered at El Museo.



Saturday Night Lights. The NY District Attorney's office and Police Athletic League (PAL) provide free weekend professional sports training and weekday academic support for kids ages 11-14 (first sessions) and 15-18 (second sessions) at the Johnson Houses Community Center,1829-39 Lexington Avenue (between 112th & 115th Streets). Drill & Play Basketball is held each Friday from 5:00-7:00 pm and 7:00-9:00 pm. For information please call 212-678-0647.  



*** Please submit community events to mn11@cb.nyc.gov. Events of a commercial and/or political nature are strictly prohibited and will not be listed. ***







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