On behalf of Broadway Housing Communities, and the Sugar Hill Children’s Museum, you are cordially invited to participate in our annual benefit. This year’s theme is ROI: Return on Imagination, which speaks to the numerous ways both organizations have provided a ‘return’ through the lens of imagination. For more information and to purchase your tickets, please click here.
3rd Annual Fall Ball at Our Saviour’s Atonement Lutheran Church/Cornerstone Center. Gala dinner, dance, and silent auction. Proceeds will go toward capital repairs of our beautiful community building, home to more than two dozen neighborhood programs and organizations.
Please consider coming out to the 2nd Annual NYC Chili Bowl hosted at the Good Shepherd Auditorium. It will cost you $7.50 ONLY ($5 if you are under 10 years old) and the proceeds from this charity event will support the Good Shepherd Shelter for Homeless Women and the Good Shepherd Food Pantry. So please come out and eat some amazingly good chili for a great cause!
Please join us for a special fundraising walking tour of North Manhattan with Sidney Horenstein, Geologist and Environmental Educator Emeritus at the American Museum of Natural History, author and Natural History Consultant for the Bronx County Historical Society. Your entire ticket price will benefit community programming at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum, a National Historic Landmark and Manhattan’s last farmhouse.
On the tour we’ll visit points of historic interest in the neighborhood: the site of a rare Manhattan mastodon fossil find, the place where archaeologists excavated remains of a Lenape village, the location of a Revolutionary War encampment, early farm dwellings, bedrock exposures from road grading, and the neighborhood’s first apartment building.
That, and more. If you’ve never taken one of Sidney Horenstein’s well-known walking tours, they are highly recommended. Afterward, the ca. 1784 Farmhouse Museum will be open to visit.