Due to our present need for “Social Distancing” to avoid COVID-19 infection, we have shifted the 11th Annual NYC Multicultural Festival part I & II to Online Facebook platform this year instead of our usual outside location at St. Nicholas Avenue and Jackie Robinson Park.
The NYC Multicultural Festival will be presented on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/nycmulticulfest (Main Stage). Fun virtual classes like Afrobeat dance, health and wellness, arts and crafts classes and so much more will be held in our Zoom Rooms at specific times. Please check out our schedule of events Click Here and register to ensure that you don’t miss any of the classes.
New York African Chorus Ensemble Inc. presents the 11th annual NYC Multicultural Festival, Quarantine Edition part I on May 30th from 12pm to 6pm& part II on June 6, 2020 from 11am to 7pm.You will be able to sit at home and enjoy multicultural performances projected on Facebook, in addition to fun and educational livestreamed virtual classes. Our goal is to join the movement to help New Yorkers Rise, Renew, & Recover through family oriented activities that educate, promote physical and emotional healing and entertainment. Secondly, we want to help people discover talent that is right under our noses which may not have received sufficient attention. Thirdly, we want to encourage people to continue to support artists whose livelihood depends so much on your generous contributions. Finally, our organization which is made up of artists, needs your contributions to stay afloat so we can continue to contribute to the work being done to bring back the joyful spirit and colorful vibrancy of this great city.
New York City has been hit hard by Coronavirus pandemic but we, New Yorkers, will come together to build a better tomorrow for us and future generations.
Now let the celebration and healing begin!!!!! Looking forward to seeing you all online at our Main Stage and/or Zoom Rooms.
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The free 11th annual NYC Multicultural Quarantine Edition is funded by public funds from
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, Assemblyman Al Taylor, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, Council Member Mark Levine, Council Member Bill Perkins, & a grant from the NYC and Company Foundation and the West Harlem Development Corporation.
Register for the 11th Annual NYC Multicultural Festival Quarantine Edition part I & II