Thursday, July 25, 2013

Movie in the Park this Saturday Night

This came in fromt the Kingsbridge Riverdale Development Corporation.
Please plan to come!!  Our next movie night will take place this Saturday, July 27th and it will take place in Vinmont Park, Mosholu Avenue at 255th Street. Plan to come at around 8pm (earlier to stake out a good spot!). Pre-movie festivities include Live Music performed by Guitarist, Jostein Gulbrandsen and Capoeira by ABADA-Capoeira Bronx, sponsored by Kidaroo.  We will begin the movie, "Mr. Popper's Penguins," at dusk.
This event is part of a series of movies in the park scheduled for the summer of 2013.  The movies are hosted and organized by KRVC and largely funded by a grant provided through State Senator Jeff Klein's office.  Admission is FREE!
Another fun event of note:
FREE Open House Carnival at Bedrock Preschool
Sunday Aug 11th 10am-12pm
3220 Arlington Ave Riverdale, NY 10463
Step right up under the big red tent and join us for some fun festivities: bean bag toss, duck pond “fishing,” face painting, music time, bouncy castle, bubble machine, and more!   Open to the public for ages infants through 6 years old.  RSVP required.  Please indicate full name and age of child  Refreshments available. Free giveaways and swag bags.  KRVC is participating in this event as part of our "Biz Boosters" program.  KRVC has sponsored a clown for the event and arranged for a "Story Time with our State Legislators!"  State Senator Jeff Klein and Assemblyman Jeff Dinowitz will read a book to the children as part of this event.
Last but not least be sure to mark your calendars for KRVC's next two Block Festivals!
Sunday, September 29th, 12-4pm, South Riverdale Ave,, 236th-238th Street
Sunday, November 10th, 12-4pm, Johnson Ave., 235th - 236th Street

Also, at all our upcoming KRVC events, check out KRVC's new signature exhibit - BLOCKS - where kids (and adults) can create and build. KRVC's logo has featured three blocks for three decades and we are celebrating that with this new, interactive exhibit. BLOCKS was launched at last month's RiverFest and demonstates how, in many ways, we can come together and:  Build a Better Community 1 Block at a Time! 

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