Look, I love a good street party, and it isn’t. only because my last name is “Block”, but a neighborhood party with a purpose? Now we are really talking!
Food and travel brand Thrillist has teamed up with Harlem’s “Queen of Hospitality” Tren’ness Woods-Black, granddaughter of Sylvia Woods, founder of the iconic Harlem soul food restaurant, Sylvia’s, for an experience event. travel fun: Exciting block party. These events focus on supporting, celebrating and promoting local food and culture and, most importantly, giving back to local communities and businesses affected by this pandemic through accelerator programs that include free creative marketing services, monetary donations and donations. ad impressions.
“Our communities are the unbreakable thread that binds neighborhoods together.”
“Our communities are the unbreakable thread that binds neighborhoods together,” said Woods-Black. “The parties on the block were created to celebrate that unique cultural essence, while also providing a platform for local businesses and residents to flourish.”
Thrillist Block Party kicks off this weekend, Sunday, September 12, in Harlem, New York, and you will NOT want to miss out on this incredible event! The party takes place from 11 a.m. gospel open mic and DJ set up by Sundae Sermon, roller skating, Harlem restaurant food trucks, an open air market with local black businesses and more.
If you’re not in New York this weekend, don’t worry, Thrillist Block Party will be traveling to cities like New Orleans, Atlanta, and Los Angeles, so stay tuned for more ways you can party with purpose.
Image Source: Chris Fox-Kelly for the Harlem Parade