Showing posts with label Christmas 2019. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Christmas 2019. Show all posts

Saturday, December 21, 2019

Saturday's parting shot

BMX Christmas on Second Avenue today via Derek Berg...

It happened on 5th Street

Always the best Christmas lights in the neighborhood... Fifth Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue...

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Deck the halls with the Third Street Music School Settlement today

The Third Street Music School Settlement is hosting its annual Neighborhood Caroling this afternoon.

Per the school's website:

Please arrive between 3:45 p.m. and 4 p.m. at the Con Edison Building, 4 Irving Place (Irving Place and East 14th Street). The merrymaking will commence at 4 p.m. and make its way through Union Square and the East Village, ending at Third Street Music School. RSVPs (do that here) will receive our route map and timing so you can join in the fun along the way!

The caroling action takes place between 4-6 p.m. today (Dec. 19!).

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Santa fires up Christmas on 2nd Street

On Sunday, the firefighters assigned to Engine Company 28, Ladder 11 held their annual Christmas celebration at the firehouse on Second Street between Avenue B and Avenue C.

EVG contributor Stacie Joy was there for the festivities...

Saturday, December 14, 2019

This weekend in holiday fairs and fundraisers

Apologies for the late notice on this... you can still take part in day two, though, over at the Sirovich Center on 12th Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue... (h/t elvis666!)


[Photo by Steven]

The 9th Precinct's annual Santa party is this morning from 9 to noon on Fifth Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue.


Via the EVG inbox...

Today is the Lower Eastside Girls Club's holiday fundraiser — Coquito for Puerto Rico!

When: Saturday, Dec. 14 from 4 - 7 p.m.
Where: 402 E. Eighth St. at Avenue D

Join us for homemade Coquito (traditional Puerto Rican egg nog), Latin noshes (rice and beans and empanadas) and your own take-home tin of cookies and jar of Sofrito!

Your $35 donation will support our upcoming trip this Spring to visit women-run farms and learn about food sustainability practices in Puerto Rico.

AND...get out your dancing shoes: we have Loisaida Legend Pepe Flores spinning vinyl all evening!


Via the EVG inbox...

The Neighborhood School’s Holiday Fair returns on Sunday, Dec. 15 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Join us to support a local public school and have a blast. Bring friends and family. There will be arts & crafts, face-painting, henna tattooing, a huge kid-built cardboard maze, and great food from neighborhood vendors.

And check out the Artisan Fest where vendors will sell jewerly, artwork, clothes and more. This is a great (and cheap) way to have fun indoors with your kids on a chilly winter’s day. Admission to the Holiday Fair is free, activities are low-cost, and it is open to the public.

All proceeds from the Holiday Fair support the Neighborhood School PTA, a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization that pays for the school’s art and music education, field trips, classroom supplies, special programs, and teacher support.

The Neighborhood School is located at 121 E. Third St. between First Avenue and Avenue A.


Also Sunday... over at the Double Down Saloon, 14 Avenue A...


Thursday, December 12, 2019

Behold this festive DIY Christmas wreath on 7th Street made from parking tickets

What a way to add a little cheer to any car windshield this holiday season!

EVG reader Sylvia G. spotted this Christmas wreath, which someone fashioned together using various parking tickets along with some green ribbon, earlier this week on Seventh Street near Avenue C. She later saw it on another car between Avenue C and Avenue D.

There was a theory about where the parking tickets came from on Seventh Street, though they appear to have been written out to different vehicle owners.

Saturday, November 30, 2019

Saturday's parting shot

The Christmas lights went up today outside 7B/Vazac's/Horseshoe Bar on Seventh Street and Avenue B (will check back for this view later) ... thanks to EVG reader Emily Reese for the photo!