Mar
23
12:00 PM12:00

Dance Classes By Ije Mogoli

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Beginning March 9th, we will be offering dance classes for children, ages 10 - 13, every Saturday in March. Registration fee is $40 for all four sessions with dance instructor, Ije Mogoli. To register, please click the button below. Any questions can be sent to events@itooarts.com.

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Mar
23
2:30 PM14:30

Community Open Hours (2:30pm - 5:00pm)

During these open hours, the community is welcome to visit and enjoy the parlor floor
where Mr. Hughes' typewriter and piano are available for viewing. The second and third
floors are not accessible at this time, as the rooms are still being prepared for
future programming. Tourists, students, walking/bike tours and groups are invited
to stop by. Suggested donation: $5

I, TOO BOOK PILE: Please browse through our I, Too Book Pile and keep a book, or donate one. Our book pile is located immediately inside the main entrance.     

DONATION COLLECTION: I, Too Arts collects feminine hygiene products, toiletries and nonperishable/canned food items for area shelters and those without housing in Harlem. Feel free to drop off donations during these open hours.                                                                                                                    

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Mar
28
4:00 PM16:00

We Rise, We Resist, We Raise Our Voices: A Teen Reading and Book Signing

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All teens are welcome to take part in this event. Please RSVP at events@itooarts.com to receive your personal copy of the book. Then join us at the teen reading on March 28th from 4pm - 6pm to meet the authors, Wade and Cheryl Hudson! A book signing will take place following the discussion. We are only accepting 20 teens, so please sign up at your earliest convenience.

ABOUT THE BOOK

“A love song from children's literature's brightest stars"— Kirkus Reviews, starred review 

Fifty of the foremost diverse children’s authors and illustrators–including Jason Reynolds, Jacqueline Woodson, and Kwame Alexander–share answers to the question, “In this divisive world, what shall we tell our children?” in this beautiful, full-color keepsake collection, published in partnership with Just Us Books.


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Mar
30
12:00 PM12:00

Dance Classes By Ije Mogoli

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Beginning March 9th, we will be offering dance classes for children, ages 10 - 13, every Saturday in March. Registration fee is $40 for all four sessions with dance instructor, Ije Mogoli. To register, please click the button below. Any questions can be sent to events@itooarts.com.

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Apr
6
3:00 PM15:00

Community Open Hours (3:00pm - 5:00pm)

During these open hours, the community is welcome to visit and enjoy the parlor floor
where Mr. Hughes' typewriter and piano are available for viewing. The second and third
floors are not accessible at this time, as the rooms are still being prepared for
future programming. Tourists, students, walking/bike tours and groups are invited
to stop by. Suggested donation: $5

I, TOO BOOK PILE: Please browse through our I, Too Book Pile and keep a book, or donate one. Our book pile is located immediately inside the main entrance.     

DONATION COLLECTION: I, Too Arts collects feminine hygiene products, toiletries and nonperishable/canned food items for area shelters and those without housing in Harlem. Feel free to drop off donations during these open hours.                                                                                                                    

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Apr
19
5:00 PM17:00

Airbnb Experience: Tour and Poetry Workshop

Step into the world of Harlem Renaissance poet Mr. Langston Hughes and experience the brownstone he purchased and lived in with his family. Upon arrival, we will greet you with a glass of wine and a warm welcome before strolling through the home where you will learn about Hughes’ legacy. You’ll then take part in a poetry workshop taught by poet and author, Trace DePass where you will create your own piece. We encourage participants to enjoy cuisine from an area restaurant, then return to recite their original piece at our community open mic, SALON 127 that evening.

This event is $30 per participant.

To register and purchase tickets, please visit our space at: www.airbnb.com/experiences/95002

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Jul
19
5:00 PM17:00

Airbnb Experience: Tour and Poetry Workshop

Step into the world of Harlem Renaissance poet Mr. Langston Hughes and experience the brownstone he purchased and lived in with his family. Upon arrival, we will greet you with a glass of wine and a warm welcome before strolling through the home where you will learn about Hughes’ legacy. You’ll then take part in a poetry workshop taught by poet and author, Trace DePass where you will create your own piece. We encourage participants to enjoy cuisine from an area restaurant, then return to recite their original piece at our community open mic, SALON 127 that evening.

This event is $30 per participant.

To register and purchase tickets, please visit our space at: www.airbnb.com/experiences/95002

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Oct
18
5:00 PM17:00

Airbnb Experience: Tour and Poetry Workshop

Step into the world of Harlem Renaissance poet Mr. Langston Hughes and experience the brownstone he purchased and lived in with his family. Upon arrival, we will greet you with a glass of wine and a warm welcome before strolling through the home where you will learn about Hughes’ legacy. You’ll then take part in a poetry workshop taught by poet and author, Trace DePass where you will create your own piece. We encourage participants to enjoy cuisine from an area restaurant, then return to recite their original piece at our community open mic, SALON 127 that evening.

This event is $30 per participant.

To register and purchase tickets, please visit our space at: www.airbnb.com/experiences/95002

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Mar
16
2:30 PM14:30

Community Open Hours (2:30pm - 5:00pm)

During these open hours, the community is welcome to visit and enjoy the parlor floor
where Mr. Hughes' typewriter and piano are available for viewing. The second and third
floors are not accessible at this time, as the rooms are still being prepared for
future programming. Tourists, students, walking/bike tours and groups are invited
to stop by. Suggested donation: $5

I, TOO BOOK PILE: Please browse through our I, Too Book Pile and keep a book, or donate one. Our book pile is located immediately inside the main entrance.     

DONATION COLLECTION: I, Too Arts collects feminine hygiene products, toiletries and nonperishable/canned food items for area shelters and those without housing in Harlem. Feel free to drop off donations during these open hours.                                                                                                                    

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Mar
16
12:00 PM12:00

Dance Classes By Ije Mogoli

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Beginning March 9th, we will be offering dance classes for children, ages 10 - 13, every Saturday in March. Registration fee is $40 for all four sessions with dance instructor, Ije Mogoli. To register, please click the button below. Any questions can be sent to events@itooarts.com.

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A Space to Create
Mar
15
12:00 PM12:00

A Space to Create

All creatives are invited to brainstorm, create, write, and work on their craft during this time. As we can only accept 12 individuals for the entire 5-hour period, an RSVP (events@itooarts.com) is mandatory. Walk-ins will not be permitted.

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Mar
9
2:30 PM14:30

Community Open Hours (2:30pm - 5:00pm)

During these open hours, the community is welcome to visit and enjoy the parlor floor
where Mr. Hughes' typewriter and piano are available for viewing. The second and third
floors are not accessible at this time, as the rooms are still being prepared for
future programming. Tourists, students, walking/bike tours and groups are invited
to stop by. Suggested donation: $5

I, TOO BOOK PILE: Please browse through our I, Too Book Pile and keep a book, or donate one. Our book pile is located immediately inside the main entrance.     

DONATION COLLECTION: I, Too Arts collects feminine hygiene products, toiletries and nonperishable/canned food items for area shelters and those without housing in Harlem. Feel free to drop off donations during these open hours.                                                                                                                    

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Mar
9
2:30 PM14:30

Community Open Hours (3:00pm - 5:00pm)

During these open hours, the community is welcome to visit and enjoy the parlor floor
where Mr. Hughes' typewriter and piano are available for viewing. The second and third
floors are not accessible at this time, as the rooms are still being prepared for
future programming. Tourists, students, walking/bike tours and groups are invited
to stop by. Suggested donation: $5

I, TOO BOOK PILE: Please browse through our I, Too Book Pile and keep a book, or donate one. Our book pile is located immediately inside the main entrance.     

DONATION COLLECTION: I, Too Arts collects feminine hygiene products, toiletries and nonperishable/canned food items for area shelters and those without housing in Harlem. Feel free to drop off donations during these open hours.                                                                                                                    

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Mar
9
12:00 PM12:00

Dance Classes By Ije Mogoli

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Beginning March 9th, we will be offering dance classes for children, ages 10 - 13, every Saturday in March. Registration fee is $40 for all four sessions with dance instructor, Ije Mogoli. To register, please click the button below. Any questions can be sent to events@itooarts.com. We are only accepting 10 students for this course.

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Jan
18
5:00 PM17:00

Airbnb Experience: Tour and Poetry Workshop with Trace DePass [CANCELLED]

Step into the world of Harlem Renaissance poet Mr. Langston Hughes and experience the brownstone he purchased and lived in with his family. Upon arrival, we will greet you with a glass of wine and a warm welcome before strolling through the home where you will learn about Hughes’ legacy. You’ll then take part in a poetry workshop taught by poet and author, Trace DePass where you will create your own piece. We encourage participants to enjoy cuisine from an area restaurant, then return to recite their original piece at our community open mic, SALON 127 that evening.

This event is $30 per participant.

To register and purchase tickets, please visit our space at: www.airbnb.com/experiences/95002

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Jan
18
12:00 PM12:00

A Space To Create [CANCELLED]

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All creatives are invited to brainstorm, create, write and work on their craft during this time. As we can only accept 12 individuals for the entire 5-hour period, an RSVP is mandatory. Walk-ins will not be admitted. If you are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity, please email your name, your craft and your phone number to events@itooarts.com.

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Jan
10
7:00 PM19:00

Creative Conversations: Carole Boston-Weatherford and Frank Morrison

Join us as we celebrate the release of THE ROOTS OF RAP, a picture book by Carole Boston-Weatherford and Frank Morrison. Both of the authors will be in conversation at The Langston Hughes House. Please RSVP for this event by clicking on the button below to purchase tickets. The book will be sold on location, and a book signing will take place immediately following the discussion.

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The Roots Of Rap Authors in Conversation
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Jan
8
7:00 PM19:00

Black Enough: The Book Release With A Conversation Moderated By Dr. Ebony Thomas

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I, Too Arts Collective, in collaboration with PEN America, presents a conversation with Ibi Zoboi, Renée Watson, Dhonielle Clayton, and Tochi Onyebuchi, moderated by Dr. Ebony Thomas, to celebrate the release of the book, Black Enough: Stories of Being Young and Black In America (Balzer+Bray/HarperCollins).  Bank Street Books will handle the book sales for the event. 

Tuesday, January 8th | 7pm

The Langston Hughes House

20 East 127th Street [between Fifth & Madison]

New York, NY

*Space is limited; please RSVP to events@itooarts.com

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Jan
5
12:00 PM12:00

Community Open Hours

During these open hours, the community is welcome to visit and enjoy the parlor floor
where Mr. Hughes' typewriter and piano are available for viewing. The second and third
floors are not accessible at this time, as the rooms are still being prepared for
future programming. Tourists, students, walking/bike tours and groups are invited
to stop by. Suggested donation: $5

I, TOO BOOK PILE: Please browse through our I, Too Book Pile and keep a book, or donate one. Our book pile is located immediately inside the main entrance.  

DONATION COLLECTION: I, Too Arts collects feminine hygiene products, toiletries and nonperishable/canned food items for area shelters and those without housing in Harlem. Feel free to drop off donations during these open hours.

                                                                                                                      

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Jan
3
12:00 PM12:00

(Cancelled) Community Open Hours Today

During these open hours, the community is welcome to visit and enjoy the parlor floor
where Mr. Hughes' typewriter and piano are available for viewing. The second and third
floors are not accessible at this time, as the rooms are still being prepared for
future programming. Tourists, students, walking/bike tours and groups are invited
to stop by. Suggested donation: $5

I, TOO BOOK PILE: Please browse through our I, Too Book Pile and keep a book, or donate one. Our book pile is located immediately inside the main entrance.     

DONATION COLLECTION: I, Too Arts collects feminine hygiene products, toiletries and nonperishable/canned food items for area shelters and those without housing in Harlem. Feel free to drop off donations during these open hours.                                                                                                                    

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Dec
18
6:00 PM18:00

Semple: Afterwork Holiday Bazaar

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Get all of your holiday shopping done in one place! Join us for our first Semple: Afterwork Holiday Bazaar, featuring local vendors along with a live DJ. Free family photographs will be available as well, so bring your whole crew camera ready!


FULL LIST OF VENDORS

Harlem Boutique
Family Photography by David Flores
NiLu Harlem Gift Store
True Blue Naturals
John Reddick
Jewelry by Janet Hill Talbert
Author Karen Taborn, Walking Harlem 
Author Tami Tyree, Color Me In(n) Harlem Renaissance Fashion, Beauty & Jazz 1920's Coloring Book

Music provided by DJ Shilo

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Dec
18
12:00 PM12:00

Community Open Hours

During these open hours, the community is welcome to visit and enjoy the parlor floor
where Mr. Hughes' typewriter and piano are available for viewing. The second and third
floors are not accessible at this time, as the rooms are still being prepared for
future programming. Tourists, students, walking/bike tours and groups are invited
to stop by. Suggested donation: $5

I, TOO BOOK PILE: Please browse through our I, Too Book Pile and keep a book, or donate one. Our book pile is located immediately inside the main entrance.     

DONATION COLLECTION: I, Too Arts collects feminine hygiene products, toiletries and nonperishable/canned food items for area shelters and those without housing in Harlem. Feel free to drop off donations during these open hours.                                                                                                                    

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Dec
13
12:00 PM12:00

Community Open Hours

During these open hours, the community is welcome to visit and enjoy the parlor floor
where Mr. Hughes' typewriter and piano are available for viewing. The second and third
floors are not accessible at this time, as the rooms are still being prepared for
future programming. Tourists, students, walking/bike tours and groups are invited
to stop by. Suggested donation: $5

I, TOO BOOK PILE: Please browse through our I, Too Book Pile and keep a book, or donate one. Our book pile is located immediately inside the main entrance.     

DONATION COLLECTION: I, Too Arts collects feminine hygiene products, toiletries and nonperishable/canned food items for area shelters and those without housing in Harlem. Feel free to drop off donations during these open hours.                                                                                                                    

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Dec
11
12:00 PM12:00

Community Open Hours

During these open hours, the community is welcome to visit and enjoy the parlor floor
where Mr. Hughes' typewriter and piano are available for viewing. The second and third
floors are not accessible at this time, as the rooms are still being prepared for
future programming. Tourists, students, walking/bike tours and groups are invited
to stop by. Suggested donation: $5

I, TOO BOOK PILE: Please browse through our I, Too Book Pile and keep a book, or donate one. Our book pile is located immediately inside the main entrance.  

DONATION COLLECTION: I, Too Arts collects feminine hygiene products, toiletries and nonperishable/canned food items for area shelters and those without housing in Harlem. Feel free to drop off donations during these open hours.

                                                                                                                      

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Dec
6
12:00 PM12:00

Community Open Hours (Closing Today at 4pm)

During these open hours, the community is welcome to visit and enjoy the parlor floor
where Mr. Hughes' typewriter and piano are available for viewing. The second and third
floors are not accessible at this time, as the rooms are still being prepared for
future programming. Tourists, students, walking/bike tours and groups are invited
to stop by. Suggested donation: $5

I, TOO BOOK PILE: Please browse through our I, Too Book Pile and keep a book, or donate one. Our book pile is located immediately inside the main entrance.     

DONATION COLLECTION: I, Too Arts collects feminine hygiene products, toiletries and nonperishable/canned food items for area shelters and those without housing in Harlem. Feel free to drop off donations during these open hours.                                                                                                                    

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