New York African Chorus Ensemble
How to Get a Temporary Street Vendor License
PART II: THE NEXT STEP
Guest Speaker Dr. Dolores McCray
Tuesday, June 21, 2016,
6:30 – 8 pm
1867 Amsterdam Ave. (between 152nd & 153rd Street)
ALL ARE WELCOME!
To attend, please register at
or call (347) 938-9335
Temporary Street Vendor License Workshops are organized by The New York African Chorus Ensemble (NYACE), a nonprofit organization that coordinates the annual NYC Multicultural Festival and is funded by Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and West Harlem Development Corporation for the Tides Foundation.
Celebrate New York City!!!
New York City is the most culturally diverse city in the world; it's home to the world. Join us again for our annual spectacular festival celebrating our diverse cultural expressions on two special dates.
1st Day: May 21, 2016
at St. Nicholas Avenue between 141st. and 145th. Streets.
2nd Day: June 4, 2016
11 am- 6pm
at Jackie Robinson Park(Bandshell)
85 Bradhurst Avenue New York, NY 10030
The planned multicultural explosion aspires to showcase the diverse cultures represented in NYC, while giving everyone the opportunity to learn more about the different food, music, dance, and art that give New York City its uniqueness.
The Festival will feature exciting live music and dance performances on and off stage; a “Love Yourself Pavilion” with free health screenings, massages, acupuncture, meditation and yoga; Retail and Food Vendors from around the world; an International Children’s Village and a special dance performance by MAD About Dance in tribute to our World.
Important nonprofit organizations will also be present to provide information on education, jobs, immigration, safety, summer camp, and there will be toys for children and other give-aways for adults.
NYC Multicultural Festival is organized by New York African Chorus Ensemble in collaboration with the Mayor's Office of Community Affairs; NYPD; Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer; Council Member Mark Levine; Community Board 9 and 10; Harlem & the Heights Historical Society, and Manhattan Borough North Precincts and Community Councils. Our Community partners include Harlem School of the Arts and St. James Presbyterian Church. Our government partners include Congressman Charles Rangel, Borough President Gale Brewer, Assemblyman Keith Wright, Council Member Inez Dickens, Council Member Mark Levine, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and the list continues to grow.
Support the festival and purchase a raffle ticket to WIN TWO ROUND TRIP PLANE TICKETS to any African country that Arik Air flies. Raffle tickets are $5.00 each and $20 for a booklet of 5 tickets. Add $2.00 processing fee. Please go to DONATE to purchase your raffle tickets.