Community Greens

People of color, culture, health & fitness

The Bronx Sancochazo

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The Sancochazo is organized by Green Worker Cooperatives, and their goal is to provide an opportunity for the community to come together, learn and get involved in the cooperative movement in NYC.

Come out on Saturday, September 29th – 12pm – 6pm, to enjoy the biggest largest sancocho in NYC!!!

Brook Park
Brooke Avenue at Corner of 141st Street
Bronx, NY 10454
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Ileia Burgos, Outreach Coordinator · (718) 617-7807 x 704

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Harlem Uncaptured Adam Clayton Powell

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Cultural Museum of African Art Eric Edwards Collection

For the last 44 years Eric Edwards has amassed one of the most important private collections of African art in the world. Over 2,500 artifacts reside alongside Mr. Edwards in his Brooklyn home. The collection represents all 54 countries of Africa and spans over 4000 years of history.

We are asking for your help to give this important collection a new home– a museum where it can be seen, studied and appreciated by the public. Mr. Edwards believes that the artifacts in addition to their beauty, are therapeutic and possess the power to bring all people together because of the stories they individually tell.

The Cultural Museum of African Art will house the entirety of the Edwards collection, a world class library, and a research and media center. It is our hope that this museum will help introduce future generations of Americans to the rich cultural heritage of Africa.

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DONATE OR SUPPORT THIS PROJECT ANY WAY YOU CAN!

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The 12th Annual Hunts Point Fish Parade and Summer Festival

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HONORING TOMORROW’S LEGACY TODAY

FISH PARADE REGISTRATION
HUNTS POINT RIVERSIDE PARK
(Lafayette Ave. and Edgewater Rd.)
10:30AM – 11:30AM
Grand Marshals honored and Fish Parade Kicks off at Hunts Point Parade registration, activities, & music

FISH PARADE MARCHES THROUGH HUNTS POINT
11:30AM – 12PM
Prizes awarded for best use of theme

BARRETTO POINT PARK SUMMER FESTIVAL
(Tiffany St. and Viele Ave.)
12PM – 5PM
Registration 10AM-12PM
Summer festival with activities, music, food, free raffles, and games.

Live Stream all day
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High Bridge Walking Tour-An Intimate View 

 

In 1848, the High Bridge spanned the Harlem River connecting the Bronx to Manhattan to transport clean water via the Croton Aqueduct. Join Bryan Diffley — the Project Manager in charge of the renovation of this outstanding engineering treasure — on a very special walking tour of NYC’s oldest standing bridge.

Thursday June 25 at 6:30pm

High Bridge was designed by John B. Jervis, Chief Engineer of the Croton Aqueduct who modeled it after the great aqueducts of the Roman Empire. The bridge remained in use for the Croton system until 1955 and its deck remained in use as a pedestrian bridge until the 1970’s when it was closed due to vandalism. The city began restoring the bridge in 2012.

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Tour proceeds support free tours for public school students of NYC’s historic reservoirs & the High Bridge.

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Community Greens

CGFROG

It takes more than a village to raise a child in today's world. The world is more than flat or round or sun and moon. It's also the village on the other side of the river. The objects in the sky are different from that view. Community Greens, griot-like, tells a story. I invite you to share my view. - Chuck Vasser

Blacks In Green

There are more of us people of color out there than you realize and we are coming together to express our concerns, ideas and sit at the table!

Bronx Park Speakup

Lehman CollegeFebruary 29th, 2020
The big day is here.

Bissel Volunteer Days

See you in the Spring!March 15th, 2020
Every Sunday 10-2pm Rains Cancels

GreenThumb Grow Together

April 4th, 2020
CUNY Graduate Center 365 5th Ave, New York, NY 10016

The Green Fit Chick

Rinse Beans to Reduce Sodium

Draining and rinsing canned beans can reduce their sodium content by more than 40%. But taking just a few extra minutes is key to getting the most benefit. The reduced-sodium beans are ready to use in any favorite recipe.

Longer Life

According to new research 1. not smoking, 2. limiting your alcohol intake, 3. staying active, 4. maintaining a healthy weight, and 5. eating nutritious foods could not only extend your life, but improve the quality of it.

Planks

Planks are one of the most effective exercises because they require a small time investment and offer substantial results in a relatively short time. Make plank exercises part of your regular routine.

Ripped Vs Buff

Buff is well built, strong, and muscular but not necessarily big while ripped body is more defined and more pronounced muscles. Athletes are are buff while bodybuilders are ripped.

Cog Blogging

Bronx Fixed is Back! - BxFxd

Bike Positions

A riders determines how s/he wants to ride a bike and what type of bike they will use. Bikes, therefore, come in different configurations and geometries to suit individual riders. Different body positions suit each bike, such as 2 o’clock, 12 o’clock, 1 o’clock and so on.

Community Greens Consulting

Rover Rollover

Dog Crates

Done right, crate training helps breed familiarity, trust and a sense of security between your pup and his crate. You should not put dogs in crates that have not been properly crate trained.

Mat Training

Mat Training- A mat, or a defined place for a dog to “go to,” is a versatile and useful behavior to teach a dog. A mat can be a a dog bed, a dog mat, a bath mat, a towel, a blanket, – whatever makes the most sense for the dog and the handler.

Rude Dog Owners

Rude Habits Of Dog Owners. These are some of the things people complain about the most when it comes to dog owners.

Give An Animal A Home

Adopt a pet this holiday season. You can give an animal in need a loving home or consider donating to the ASPCA or other animal charity in a friend’s name.

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EARTH DAY – 50 YEARS

APRIL 22, 2020

Email

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Handstands & Other Feats

In a world full of
little people I admit
I am minuscule.

czvasser.com – Tiny

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“Even though this planet is round, there are just too many spots where you can find yourself hanging onto the edge, unless there’s some space, some place to take a breather for a while.” –Gloria Naylor

All Of Us Research Program

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Chuck Vasser on Docs.com

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In Our Prayers

It is with regret I have been informed of the recent passing of the mother of Bernard Myers.  I do not have any funeral arrangements as yet. I will forward them when and if received. Please keep Bernard and his family in your thoughts and prayers during this time of mourning. Susan Christian – Secretary, NYCGBOA

Fried Chicken & Philosophy

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The Butterfly Project

CGCooks!

Cream-style soups are a favorite for warm, soothing meals on cold winter nights. The addition of a cup or two of cooked beans can stretch canned or homemade soup into a complete, protein-rich meal in just minutes. Stir a can of drained rinsed white beans into tomato soup. Or try pinto beans added to cream of celery soup.