See & Do: Chinatown Post-Sandy Revival FairNEWS, News Right Tuesday, November 27th, 2012
Sandy has had lasting effects on Chinatown’s commerce and livelihood. Small businesses are still reeling from storm damages and decreased foot traffic.
To help the neighborhood recover as quickly as possible, The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA) and The Chinese Chamber of Commerce of New York (CCCNY) will be having a large-scale street fair this Saturday, Dec 1 from 12-5pm. Restaurants and businesses will be selling food and other items for a dollar.
The upcoming Street fair will cover the areas of Mott Street (from Canal to Worth St), Bayard Street (From Bowery to Mulberry St), Pell Street and, Doyers Street. A stage in front of Confucius Plaza Square will have performances such as singing, dancing, and Chinese martial arts. At noon representatives from the Major’s office, John Liu, Margret Chin,Peter Koo and other elected officials will join community leaders in a ribbon cutting ceremony with a Lion Dance show.
What: Chinatown Street Fair
When: Saturday, Dec 1 from 12-5pm
Where: Mott Street (from Canal to Worth St), Bayard Street (From Bowery to Mulberry St), Pell Street and, Doyers Street, and stage performances at Confucius Plaza (next to Bowery)
Short URL: http://www.ourchinatown.org/?p=13669