In order to be certain not to endanger the health of the terrific people who attend our monthly programs, the Bloomingdale Neighborhood History Group has postponed our Spring programs.
As soon as we get past these trying times, we hope to see you with our regular programs of neighborhood history. We expect to offer programs about the following:
Movie Theaters that were in the neighborhood and there were more than even we knew,
Community leader Ethel Sheffer will offer an insider’s perspective - including her dealings with Donald Trump - on the development of Riverside Park South.
Daytonian and Manhattan historian-extraordinaire, Tom Miller, will relate interesting details of some important buildings in our neighborhood that have been long gone,
Highlights from the book Notable New Yorkers on Manhattan’s Upper West Side: Bloomingdale - Morningside Heights by the author, Jim Mackin. Would you believe almost 600 notables?
Free Walking Tours of Historic Bloomingdale Explore the History of the Upper West Side between W. 96th and W. 110th Streets Led by Renowned Local Historian Jim Mackin
The free monthly Bloomingdale neighborhood walking tours will resume when the current health crisis passes. Tours Meet at Hostelling International-NY 891 Amsterdam Avenue at 103rd Street More info 212-666-9774 or firstname.lastname@example.org sponsored by the Columbus/Amsterdam BID and Bloomingdale Neighborhood History Group