Friday, September 26, 2008

Events Reminder: TGIF! (updated)

Getcha Freak On...
Music, booze, and dancing... it doesn't get much better than that on a rainy Friday night.

Check out Bronx Revolution's party tonight at Bruckner Bar & Grill. In addition to great drink specials, there will be DJ's spinning punk, indie rock, elecro, 80s and new wave music. There will also be live performances by Kissy Kamikaze and William Control.

Pretty sweet lineup for a $7 cover, eh? Bring a flyer and get in for only $5. Doors open at 10pm. For more info, click here.

For a More Civilized Party...

Check out the Chamber Music Concert by the Bronx Symphony Orchestra at the Bronx Library Center (E. Kingsbridge Road at Briggs Avenue).

This concert kicks off the orchestra's 2008-2009 season.

Concert is free and starts at 2:30pm.

Getcha Green On...
Tomorrow is "Green Jobs Now" National Day of Action. Events will be taking place throughout the country to promote the importance of creating green jobs for a more sustainable economy. A few different events will be taking place throughout the Bronx. Here's a run-down:

$ Greening for Green $ - Sustainable South Bronx will be hosting a concert and party at Hunts Point Riverside Park (Lafayette Avenue and Edgewater Road) to highlight the accomplishments of their Bronx Environmental Stewardship (BEST) program. There will be live music, games, healthy food, recycling workshops, art activities for kids, and more... Event runs from 1 to 4pm. Click here for more info.

Own Our Corp will be hosting a party tomorrow at Claremont Park (E. 172 Street and Clay Avenue by the tables) with live music and free food. Here's the best part: You can even go and make your very own Obama t-shirt! There will also be a voter registration table. Event runs from 1 to 5pm. Click here for more info.

Green Worker Cooperatives and ReBuilders Source will be hosting a block party tomorrow between E. 145th and E. 147th Streets in front of ReBuilders Source at 461 Timpson Place. The party, designed to celebrate green jobs in the South Bronx, will feature face-painting, a bbq, music, games, green home improvement demonstrations, and more... The event runs from 11am to 4pm. Click here for more info.

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